Must be a new common core standard of the second amendment in college.
For Lives and Liberty: Banning Assault Weapons in America | The Institute of Politics at Harvard University
Assault rifles make up only 1.7 percent of all guns in America. Their function in society is dispensable. A 2005 Gallup poll found that 67 percent of gun owners carried firearms for protection, 66 percent for target shooting, and 58 percent for hunting. None of these activities—the three most popular for gun users—requires assault weapons. They are inaccurate, highly visible, and bulky. Given assault weapons’ limited practicality, why even involve the risk?