If the price of a full auto AK in Mogadishu is (say) $100, and the price of a full auto AK in the US is (say) $10,000, a free market would correct that. People would scarf up arms in Somalia and sell them in the US. And we'd reach an equilibrium of supply and demand. But we can't. Because there is no free market here. So much for politicians with big pie-holes screeching about the importance of free markets. Just a thought. Thanks for listening.