Maybe Texas Law Shielders have seen the video of California State Senator Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) mash up the description of a firearm so badly it’s hard to figure out what he’s saying. If not, it’s worth a minute to check out.
YouTube user David West put together a video pointing out the flaws in de Leon’s remarks. The video, featured below, already has almost 1.3 million views.
“This is a ghost gun,” de Leon says, holding what appears to be an AR-15 build of some sort in his hands. Maybe an SBR. According to the Associated Press, the rifle on display in the video is indeed a homemade fully automatic rifle.
Sen. de Leon adds, “This right here has the ability with a .30-caliber clip to disperse with 30 bullets within half a second. Thirty magazine clip in half a second.” [sic the entire sentence]
What you may not have seen is the humorous response that speed shooter Jerry Miculek did. It’s here. His comments at the end concerning de Leon’s asserted rate of fire are priceless.
The moral of the story: Anti-gunners really don’t know much about guns. And what they do know is usually wrong.