In 2016, California lawmakers made it significantly more difficult for citizens to possess their very own AR-15 assault rifle. Now, one firearms manufacturer wants to make it easier for Second Amendment devotees to flex their semi-automatic muscles.
U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Pierre-Etienne Courtejoie
The instructor’s face wore a frown, and I was worried that I’d committed some safety violation that was going to get me kicked out of the rifle range. When you’re firing the same kind of machine gun that killed Osama bin Laden, a weapon that can spit out 900 bullets a minute, the rules are many, and strictly observed.