why digress? we finally agree! except this isn't why i bought my guns. i don't wanna charge into any battle. but if *crap happens* and the world plunges into chaos, waving a steak knife at someone breaking into my house likely won't even make them giggle at me as they unload their fully automatic weapons on me. now, the world is different now too - let's not just look one way but let's use the sheer power of our ability to adhere to yet adjust the constitution to work in todays world vs. just say "doesn't apply". and that's what can be very cool about the forum. people who disagree but with respect and a good zombie reference. but maybe i missed it, i've still yet to see what we need to address that the current laws don't. what do people want to "ban" per se? assault rifle is too generic. folding stock - outlaw that? there goes a lot of horrible .22's. what do we need we don't already have? outside of a clear defination of what an "assault rifle" is?