It’s tempting to rant about how “nobody needs” a rondel dagger, and therefore nobody should be allowed to possess such a military weapon, but those with a disarmament agenda will only say that they’re different, so they’re exempt from any bans of non-military weapons. There’s no foundational principle at work there, just preferences.
And if anyone calls that a rant, they not only don’t know my rants, and are likely just sore, because how dare I talk about the governing principles of this nation in terms of protecting them. Just junk’em all, I guess. Who actually needs those silly “rights” things, when safety’s on the line? Ask Mayor Breed in SF, she’ll tell you that “safety” comes first, in her city.
With that, time’s yours.