Assault Weapons Ban Could Hurt Military, Police

Weapons experts say that with no civilian market, the gun industry will stagnate.

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A SWAT team member walks away from the entrance of Sandy Hook Elementary School, the scene of a shooting in Newtown, Conn., where a gunman opened fire leaving 26 people dead on Dec. 14, 2012.

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"I'm going to keep designing and keep developing," Leitner-Wise says. "People say my view is biased, because it's my bread and butter, but it's not that. It's what I am passionate about. I will keep designing and manufacturing."

"There is nothing like adversity to breed creativity."

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