Here’s a good example of the kind of self-inflicted injury that can result from weaponizing an ill-informed opinion about guns and gun-related paraphernalia, courtesy of Ryan J.
Reilly of Unfortunately, Reilly is hardly alone in his complete ignorance of how guns work.
A fully automatic firearm (sometimes called a “machine gun”) fires multiple bullets with the single pull of the trigger.  * Based on production data from firearm manufacturers, there were roughly 371 million firearms owned by private citizens and domestic law enforcement in the United States in 2014.
This safety consisted of a bar that rested between the hammer and the rear of the cartridge in the cylinder/chamber.Truth be told, it started as the Johnson and Bye Company, but eventually Johnson bought out Bye and went at it alone.The Fitchburg, Massachusetts based factory concentrated more on its bicycles than its firearms and employed many Scandinavian immigrants including one Oscar Frederick Mossberg, who later went on to do some work in shotguns with his sons.Just before Iver died in 1895, his company began to produce a new revolver that the late engineer had perfected late in life known as the Safety Automatic.Now let’s clear the air real quick: the Iver Johnson Safety Automatic neither has a manual safety, nor is it automatic. Its a double-action top break revolver similar in layout to the Smith and Wesson hinge frames of the 1860s era.