Good luck on that. Are you coming to take our weapons, useful idiot?
She gave this impression on NBC News (quoted in the Huffington Post):
"It will ban the sale, the transfer, the importation and the possession, not retroactively, but prospectively," and ban the sale of clips of more than ten bullets, Feinstein said.The "not retroactively" wording would seem to imply that firearms already in private hands would not be subject to the new restrictions.
In a press conference last Friday with Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), however, she painted a far different picture. In this short C-SPAN video clip (which cannot be embedded in Examiner articles), she spills some previously unreleased details about her proposed legislation. She explains that all existing "assault weapons" would be--just as machine guns are currently--put under National Firearms Act (NFA) regulation, with all the legal hoops such regulation entails.
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