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....
And the LORD was with Judah, and he drave out the inhabitants of the mountain, but could not drive out the inhabitants of the valley, because they had chariots of iron.
Judges Some number here:and here