A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
What is "unsafe" about a Glock 22 with a picture of Winnie the Pooh on the slide as opposed to one without?Good point, but the right to untasteful art does not extend to untasteful art that is also unsafe.
It was not intended as a cosmetic ban, but a way to ban most semi auto rifles with any military heritage.
Are bayonet lugs ONLY cosmetic......NOPE
Are Flash suppressors ONLY cosmetic .........NOPE
The OPs point was that HE feels AWs could still be banned because things like those listed above, which are commonly found on AWs, are not commonly needed for self defense. (The word "common" is what would be under scrutiny)
Except flash suppressors are exceedingly common.Flash suppressors, for example, 'could' be put into a class as 'not common' with other features like full auto.
I'm sorry, Maybe I missed it, (serious as a heartattack here) But could someone please site the part of the Constitution of the United states that permits the gov. (in any form), to BAN anything?