With the tragic shooting in Arizona, there has been a bunch of talk surrounding the Glock magazine the shooter used. Rather than use the 15 round magazine that comes with the Glock 19, he purchased one capable of holding 33 rounds. The 1994 Assault Weapons Ban placed restrictions on certain features and add-ons for firearms, including this type of magazine.
In reality, that ban did not make guns less dangerous; private citizens needed (and still do need) a special license to own an assault rifle or any other gun capable of automatic fire.
I've been wanting to do this for a while, and now seems like as good a time as any. Below are two pictures and I have a simple question for everyone: Which gun is more dangerous, A (the one with a wooden stock and a sling) or B (the black synthetic one with a bipod)? Please feel free to use the comments section to elaborate on the answer you gave or to ask any clarification questions. Why did you make the choice you did?