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“GIDEON SCOURED THE SMOLDERING village until he found a military-grade shortwave radio in what had until recently been a communications room.”
“He was arrested carrying a military-grade assault rifle, authorities said.”
“What is relevant is the seemingly countless numbers of mass shootings perpetrated by people who have slipped through the cracks of existing legislation to acquire military-grade semiautomatic weapons.”
“Now I see how, in your mind at least, the destruction of which a truckful of fertilizer and kerosene is capable ican be equated with that of a military-grade semi-automatic firearm and thus both items presumably should be equally free from “prohibition”.”
“Which is exactly why I chose the term “military-grade semiautomatic weapons” rather than “assault weapon”.”
“However, the M1 Garand, the Beretta BM59 and the Johnson M1941 rifle are all military-grade semi-automatic firearms.”
“Their report, prepared for Rep. Elijah Cummings D., Md., focuses on shortcomings in U.S. criminal law in pursuing what Mr. Cummings called "international drug cartels that are trafficking tens of thousands of military-grade assault weapons from the United States to Mexico.”
“The region remains awash in military-grade assault rifles and weapons from a long-running militancy, though attacks on oil companies dropped after a 2009 government-sponsored amnesty program.”
“Each client on a nocturnal hunt with the two men suits up with roughly $40,000 of military-grade gear, including semiautomatic rifles like the DPMS AR-10.”
“Jeffery Wagner for The Wall Street Journal Each client on a guided, nocturnal hunt with the ranchers' Tactical Hog Control suits up with roughly $40,000 of military-grade gear.”
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