Originally Posted By gun-nut-3006:
It's not about making a rifle legal to suit the current States Law, the matter is deeper. Also, it's not about making a safer firearm because firearms are inanimate. The fact is someone wants to make a gun to suit the law makers and get rich at the same time. However, what everyone one should be doing is working together to resolve the concerns of firearms getting in the wrong hands. If we the people can put someone on the moon, we can sort this issue to suffice for a few more centuries because technology will make this issue obsolete. For example, if bow and arrow were lethal in it's time, before firearms, then the semi-automatic rifle will fall into the category of not-so-lethal when we are presented with a whole new set of firearms/rifle technology. We the people can prevail as our forefathers were avant-garde in having the forethought to see into the future and create our United States Constitution, especially the Second Amendment. Thus, compromise is evident, such as increasing the legal age of firearm possession, and enforcing existing laws, but not abolishing the Second Amendment - the United States of America is founded on the Constitution regardless of who is President. As George Washington would say, "So mote it be".
Go start some other thread with your compromise crap, stay out of this one