This is what “we already have plenty of gun laws” looks like:
Connecticut allows possession of assault rifles, except those with certain features, such as a fixed bayonet type lug, or a collapsible stock, according to attorney David Clough of Southbury, Conn.
Otherwise they are allowed, and like other rifles, easier to acquire than handguns.
Because, Pistol Packin’ Jesus forbid, someone should be able to affix a bayonet to their semi-automatic assault rifle.
I mean, that would make it all sharp and pointy and pretty darn dangerous.
Well played, legislators, well played….