It's like that all over. People are so anti gun yet don't know the first thing about them Examples? Calling a magazine a "clip" clips are magazines are 2 different things Saying things like "did you know there are online gun shops that you can buy a gun from with no background check and have it shipped to your door?" um no, that's super illegal Calling a 30 round magazine on an AR-15 a "high capacity" magazine. Um, 30 rounds on an AR is NORMAL/standard capacity. A high capacity magazine is a magazine with a higher capacity than what originally comes with it Saying dumb things like "people don't need guns to protect themselves" when crime statistics in places like dc, Chicago, even Atlanta say otherwise. How is disarming the good guy that did go through the background checks, got his permit, his fingerprints on record with the FBI going to protect him from that thug on the streets that's willing to kill? Not to mention ALL the major anti gun politicians either have tons of armed security and/or carry permits themselves. Or those that think certain guns are more deadly because of COSMETIC FEATURES that don't affect lethality at all. Or those that support handgun bans when a shotgun will do so much more damage I honestly don't think someone in Congress should be allowed to vote on issues they know nothing about. Why is it that it's so rare to find people that know about guns that are anti gun?