I'm using it as a common example.Murple wrote: ↑Fri Nov 29, 2019 1:52 pmYeah, guns are incredibly different from entertainment platforms.Simek4 wrote: ↑Fri Nov 29, 2019 12:42 pmWhat? That's not what he was saying.Survivor11 wrote: ↑Fri Nov 29, 2019 11:12 am
That's where you're wrong.
As far as I can remember, you don't get fined for owning a Famas, a HK, or any other European gun in America...
Despite it being completely illegal for civilians in Europe.
Using your logic, European countries could fine American citizens for owning European manufactured weapons.
I could talk about videogames for example.
Let's say that you are playing Assassin's creed, but all of a sudden, the game is banned in France for some reason and a new law is voted in that means you get fined for playing the game.
Seeing as Ubisoft is French, does that mean Americans get fined for playing it too? It's an entertainment platform.
I think you can see, from my fictional example, how ridiculous it is to assume that one country's law applies to another automatically.