Business analyst Ben Stein on Wednesday said prohibiting the AR-15 would be “a damn smart thought,” and called the weapon utilized by the mass shooter a week ago in Florida to kill 17 individuals, an “amazingly enchanting weapon” that makes “a man who’s a major geek have the capacity to go into a firearm shop, get it, turn out feeling like he’s a Rambo,” as indicated by a report in Mediaite.
The AR-15 is a self-loading rifle that has been utilized by various shooters to butcher individuals in Newtown, San Bernardino, and Las Vegas. Nikolas Cruz, 19, bought his lawfully yet then utilized it to weapon down understudies at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
“There’s no motivation to have it,” Stein said amid a meeting with Fox News’ Neil Cavuto.
Stein already said stricter firearm laws wouldn’t cut shootings, and that “weapon control, or being furious at the NRA just does not get us exceptionally far.”
On Wednesday, he composed an article in the American Spectator saying the ideal opportunity for regular people to claim AR-15’s is finished.
“I comprehend why individuals need them,” he composed. “It influences your common geeky to fellow appear as though he’s intense and unpleasant and prepared. It influences him to feel as though he is very brave of him that is constantly steely and good to go. Be that as it may, that is insufficient motivation to possess a firearm that just asks to be utilized against individuals.”