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June 26th, 2013
08:44 PM ET

Morgan Spurlock visits a firing range

Morgan Spurlock tests out an MP5 at a firing range and learns why automatic weapons are harder to get in the U.S. than other guns.

 


Filed under: Gun control • Second Amendment
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  1. Lecivin

    The problem with the gun debate is that we simplistically assume that its black and white – no gray areas. The debate is centered around "good" guys and "bad" guys. Unfortunately some good guys can and do either turn bad, make incorrect judgment (shoot the wrong person), allow their guns to fall into the wrong hands. The more guns we have available is the more the lines will become blurred. The gun lobby is so powerful, innocents will continue to die in America and in the countries that these weapons are exported to.

    July 27, 2013 at 8:32 pm | Reply
  2. Doug Odum

    Morgan,
    the semantics of politics is astounding.
    When we use the term "powerful lobby", it is simply a euphemism for bribery.
    A powerful lobby is not going to beat up a congressman, or kill a senator, they simply convince them it will be in their best interest to do their bidding, and it always comes down to money.

    July 14, 2013 at 4:50 pm | Reply
  3. Harold

    Agreed, universal backgrounds are a must; but why we have more deaths by small arms weapons in a daily basis than by the so called assault weapons.? Why the cities with the toughest gun controls have the highest rate of people murdered by small arms?

    June 30, 2013 at 11:07 pm | Reply
  4. bart

    WHAT MAKES YOU THINK THIS IS THE REASON THEY ARE HARDER TO GET?

    BEING HARDER TO HIT A TARGET WITH THEM MAKES THEM HARDER TO GET?

    ARE YOU SURE IT ISN'T BECAUSE POLITICIANS THINK THEY'RE "SCARY"? JUST LIKE SUPPRESSORS AND SHORT BARRELED RIFLES AND SHOTGUNS YOUR POLITICIANS HAVE STOLEN YOUR RIGHT TO THEM BECAUSE THEY'RE "SCARY" DESPITE BEING EXTREMELY EASY TO CREATE, HAVING THE EFFECT OF ONLY TAKING THEM FROM LAW ABIDING CITIZENS.

    June 30, 2013 at 7:11 pm | Reply

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