Here Is an Example of Gun Control Done in the US Today and Practiced for Decades. Surprise– It Works!Sunday, November 22nd, 2015
by Elliot Fineman
CEO National Gun Victims Action Council
November 22, 2015
There have not been any machine gun incidents in decades. How come? 100,000 are owned and they can be sold or transferred to those that want them.
A machine gun differs from a semi-automatic assault weapon in that one pull of the trigger rapidly fires a torrent of bullets whereas a semi-automatic assault weapon fires one bullet for each trigger pull. Yet—as we tragically know—they can fire 50 to 100 bullets per minute.
As per the National Firearms Act of 1934—and subsequent laws including the Gun Control Act of 1968 and the Firearm Owners’ Protection Act of 1986— every machine gun is registered—and every current machine gun owner or would-be purchaser or relative the machine gun owner might want to transfer the machine gun to— including his children—must go through a full (total) background check. (more…)