Democrat Gun Grabber Pushes to Ban This Gun Accessory, But He Doesn’t Even Know What It Is!

Friday morning’s Fox and Friends saw Tucker Carlson interviewing Congressman [score]David Cicilline[/score] (D-RI), a fierce advocate for stricter gun laws. The two began their discussion about the recent Democratic Party sit-in, and eventually shifted to the Democrat’s recent proposal for an assault weapons ban. Cicilline listed the components of a weapon that made it an “assault weapon” but had no idea of the function of what he wants to ban.

According to Cicilline, a barrel shroud is one of the elements that make a rifle an assault weapon, but when pressed he kept evading the question about what a barrel shroud does (a barrel shroud is a safety feature which slips over that the barrel of a gun to prevent the person handling the weapon from burning their hand on a hot barrel).

There is no real logic behind the Democrats aversion to barrel shroud which keeps a barrel cool enough for a shooter to grip and better control their firearm—perhaps it’s because they want people to recklessly spray bullets all over the place because the gun barrel is too hot to handle.

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Call me crazy, but don’t you think that someone pushing to ban some firearms should know what they are banning?

 

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