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In the United States, some firearms are called assault weapons. The definition includes semi-automatic rifles with a detachable magazine, a pistol grip and sometimes other features such as a vertical forward grip, flash suppressor or barrel shroud.
In the past, the names of certain military weapons used the phrase, such as the Rifleman’s Assault Weapon.
Assault Weapons, just like armor-piercing bullets, machine guns and plastic firearm are a new topic. The weapon’s menacing looks, coupled with the public’s confusion over fully automatic machine guns, anything that looks like a machine gun is assumed to be a machine gun.
The firearm industry itself introduced the term “assault weapon” to build interest in the new product lines.
The term “assault weapon” is sometimes merged with the term “assault rifle”. The former are capable of semi-automatic fire only while the later can switch between fully-automatic and semi-automatic.
In April 1985, Art Agnos introduced in the California State Assembly a bill to ban semi-automatic “assault firearms” capable of using detachable magazines of 20 rounds or more.
In 2013, The Washington Post wrote of the term: “Many attribute its popularization to a 1988 paper written by gun-control activist and Violence Policy Centre founder.”
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