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Old November 4, 2019, 09:02 AM   #58
Bozz10mm
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The framers of the Constitution had never even imagined assault weapons that can slaughter hundreds of people in mere minutes. --- Their wording related to private citizens having the right to have simple weapons of that time in their homes.
Ask the young person at what point in history it occurred that firearms became too deadly for citizens to own. I imagine the founders never imagined 6 shot revolvers or lever action rifles either. But by the late 1800s they were quite common.

Was this young person implying that we should only be allowed to own muskets?
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