Wednesday, February 28, 2018

How many assault rifles are registered in Framingham?

In a move that will piss off 2nd Amenders, Dicks Sporting Goods will no longer sell assault style rifles and high capacity magazines. I hope other dealers do the same in Mass.
My question is how many of these rifles are registered in Framingham and out of those (if there are any) are in homes with school age kids? As we know, many of the past mentally challenged kids have had access to these weapons of mass destruction in their homes. Taking away the chance that another kid shoots up a school should be of the highest priority for Framingham.