"You know, keep your guns, keep your long guns, keep your shotguns," Swalwell said Sunday in CNN's "State of the Union" with Jake Tapper, questioned about homeowners' worry. firearms, according to which a ban on assault weapons could constitute a step forward a greater ban on firearms.
"I want the most dangerous weapons, these weapons of war, out of the hands of the most dangerous people."
In Sunday's interview, Swalwell said the ban would result in criminal consequences for people who would not have participated in the buyout, but also suggested an "alternative, which would be to keep them in a hunting club or in a shooting range ".
"It's not just the violence that they caused, it's the fear, the immeasurable fear in which our children live because they're always on our streets," he said. Swalwell. "I want to get rid of this fear."