I'm not defending selling an assault rifle, AR-15, but the Congr
Stone Harbor - I'm not defending selling an assault rifle, AR-15, but the Congressional Research Service has said that since 1999 there have only been 27 percent of mass murders by assault weapons, so the debate is either a common-sense debate or a statistical-relevance debate. The use of them in these situations has been rising but it's still below 50 percent, so if assault rifles were banned, would they then want the next weapon banned, and so on? There are 300 million guns in circulation right now. My advice to others would be to protect themselves!