In The Bay State it's illegal to own these guns and extended magazines. Why do they keep popping up then? Obvioulsy they're bought elsewhere and brought in.They are military-grade guns – the gun of choice for many terrorist groups. They can fire up to 60 rounds per minute, and are meant for “destruction,” police said.And they’re here.State and Brockton police confiscated two AK-47-type weapons and a high-capacity magazine Tuesday night in a Brockton apartment. Police come across weapons like these about once a month, said Lt. Paul Bonanca, and the gun’s potential to cause harm can’t be understated.“You could spray a room (with bullets),” he said. “It’s not what we want to see here on the street.” Police would not comment on the possible reasons why the guns were being kept in Brockton. The weapon’s destructiveness speaks for itself.“I don’t think there’s any other reason. ... It’s a weapon intended for more destruction,” Bonanca said.
The solution: Massachusetts-type gun control laws in every state.
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