"No one wants to take your guns away."
"They just said they want to take away guns."
"Well, yes, but only certain, supermodern, ultrapowerful guns."
"This gun is half the power of a hunting rifle."
"Yes, that makes it more dangerous, because of less kickback. And stuff."
"It was designed in the 1950s."
"Well, technically, yes. But it got a new plastic thingy last year. So it's ultramodern."
"The plastic thingy is an adjustable stock for different clothing or shooter statures. It's been around since the 1960s."
"Right. But we just found out about it."
"And they want to ban this gun."
"It looks scary."
"So if it didn't look scary, it would be okay? Like this pink gun?"
"Yes. Well, no. Now it looks like a toy."
"So it can't look scary, and it can’t look non-scary?"
"So which guns would that leave?"
"Well, the other non-scary, non-non-scary guns."
"But all guns scare you."
"Yes, but I have a right to feel safe, after all."
"Really? What about my right to feel safe?"
"Well, you're paranoid, so you don't count."
"So you ARE taking away guns."
"You just said you were."
"I said I was not."
"But you just took my gun!"
"No I didn't!"
"Yes you did. I don't have it anymore. You have it."
"Oh, this. Right. Well, it's not a non-scary gun, nor a non-non-scary gun, nor a hunting gun—"
"I hunt with that."
"No you don't."
"Yes, I do."
"Well, we think you should hunt with something else."
"Look, the Founders weren't concerned about deer uprisings, they were concerned about despots and people taking their guns."
"No they weren't."
"Yes they were. That's what they specifically said you can't take our guns."
"No they didn't."
"They said you couldn't take THEIR guns. YOUR guns are entirely different."
"Because they're…new. And scary."
"So give it back."
"No. I don't feel like it."
"But you said you weren't going to take our guns."
"Oh, that. Right. Well…oh, good, here comes an inaccurate cartoon making fun of you. We win."
"The bloody hell you do." BANG