The question remains, why does the national public remain in the dark? Why do the same Dem leaders that demand firearm restrictions actively avoid the result of such restrictions in Chicago?
The logic is therefore, if a firearm looks menacing it should be banned to enhance public safety. Given these actions, addressing the look of a firearm and mere possession as well as the broadest classifications of firearms and documentation of ownership, has the public become safer? No. Empirically, the only answer is no.