Downrange: March 2013
Like other gun-control supporters, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) campaigned for banning handguns in the 1980s. Since the early 1990s, however, she has campaigned for banning a variety of firearms mostly rifles she calls "assault weapons," along with any firearm magazine that holds 11 or more rounds of ammunition, which she calls "large." The NRA-ILA points out that numbers of all of the firearms and magazines that Sen. Feinstein has advocated banning have risen to all-time highs. Americans now own about 100 million handguns, tens of millions of "assault weapons," and many tens of millions of "large" magazines. While Feinstein tells reporters that Americans support another gun and
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