I just read about the guy who killed the firefighters. As it happens, he did it with an assault-style weapon. He also had a shotgun and pistol.
Funny thing is, he was a convicted murderer and as such - by law - wasn't allowed to own a weapon.
So, I will now ask the gun activists: What good did those laws do to stop the person that did the killing?
They don't even pay attention to one of the first laws of the land by the highest commander-in-chief: GOD, when he said "Thou shall not kill!"
Kenneth D. Newman