They do if someone has defined them....... I think part of the dc code has a definition for what they...dc... consider an assault weapon.
Originally Posted by jmac00
The District of Columbia includes a list of assault weapon types, models and series by name that closely follows the California list, and provides a one-feature generic test for rifles, pistols and shotguns. The District also allows its Chief of Police to designate a firearm as an assault weapon based on a determination that the firearm would pose the same or similar danger to the residents of the District as other assault weapons.
About 7-8-9 states have defined what they consider an assault weapon... and others also use the federal definition and federal guidelines.....from the old ban.......
New York has a list of what it considers assault weapons and it also has a test it uses to determine if a gun is what it considers an assault weapon..... things like bayonet mounts, detachable mags...fixed mags of certain capacity....stock configurations etc....
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