Why do gun control advocates think they're capable of creating effective legislation when they can't/won't even tell the difference between a toy and a real firearm?
A few years ago we had a politician using a big, scary looking BB gun in one of her campaign ads, deliberately hiding the CO2 cartridge.
Currently we have an advocate that posted a photo of a scary looking gun on the NG(V)AC's FB page:
Yep. He needed a photo of a scary looking gun and didn't know anything about it. Just like how California went through a gun catalog to write their first Assault Weapon ban.
And they expect to be taken seriously?