Does the Second Amendment guarantee a right to own flamethrowers?
"The City Council of Warren, a suburb of Detroit, is debating an ordinance that would ban the assembly, storage and use of -- flamethrowers?" writes CNN's Chandler Friedman.
Resident Chris Byars figured people had seen flamethrowers in movies and video games, and maybe they'd want one of their own. So he designed a commercially available flamethrower for public purchase, and raised nearly four times his goal on a crowdfunding site.
Today's Question: Does the Second Amendment guarantee a right to own flamethrowers?
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