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Definitions for some of the more commonly used terms and phrases in the gun debate.
February 9, 2013
Gun control supporters keep changing their definition to include a wider variety of semi-automatic and pump-action rifles and shotguns, semi-automatic handguns and revolving cylinder shotguns.
A semi-automatic fires only one shot when the trigger is pulled, like most all other firearms.
Tens of millions, based upon the definition of “assault weapons” that gun control supporters are pushing in Congress today.
Semi-automatic firearms are used for self-defense, recreational and competitive target shooting, marksmanship training and hunting.
Not very much, according to the anti-gun Violence Policy Center.
The features contribute to comfort, convenience and self-defense — but none affects how a firearm works.
Not according to the congressionally mandated study of the ban or two follow-up studies.
No. Gun control supporters describe any gun they are trying to get banned as “high powered.”
Yes. The Supreme Court ruled in 2008 that individuals have the right to possess "all instruments that constitute bearable arms."