“Weapons of war.”
That’s the latest word-picture painted by the gun-ban crowd to scare the public into supporting all manner of gun control. “Weapons of war” is a term especially designed to divide gun owners.
Unless we each educate less politically astute friends, it might just work.
I was recently approached by a bird hunter of considerable skill. His favorite shotgun? A slick, vintage, nickel steel, 12-gauge, Winchester Model 12. At the end of the pleasantries, he asked, “Why on earth should people be permitted to have weapons of war?”