An Illinois-based gun manufacturer is marketing child-sized AR-15 assault rifles designed specifically for children.
Manufactured by WEE1 Tactical, and dubbed the JR-15, the company states that the assault rifles are 20 percent smaller than a standard AR-15, weigh only 2.2 pounds, and retail for $389.
The company promises that the children’s assault rifle “looks, feels, and operates just like Mom and Dad’s gun.”
Gun Violence Prevention Groups Condemn Launch of AR-15 Assault Rifles Designed Specifically for Children | Common Dreams
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