It's easier to buy an arsenal than the costume of the NRA's gun safety mascot, Eddie Eagle. The NRA requires an 18-page application, rules around what you can do in the costume and a National Registry that tracks Eddie Eagle!
As it should be. I gun is a constitutional right. Without going into details about who should be allowed to and who should not the fact remains it is right. The costume is a trademark symbol. It should have more protection.
In California it's easier to get the job as Eddie Eagle than it is to buy a single firearm, let alone an "arsenal".
It's their mascot, they don't want people using it to bash the NRA, or make the actions of the eagle of anyone representing the NRA. I don't see why you're comparing the two.
So filling out an application and following the rules they set makes it harder than background checks, waiting periods(both for pick up/how often they can be purchased) and all the other hoops a gun purchaser must jump through? As usual your just spouting liberal talking points. I guess the libs are teaching children their lies are truths now. Gotta get em early!
I wouldn't say an arsenal. What's the cost to rent this costume?
I'm sure you could find a non licensed knockoff pretty easily
Have you seen things like form 4473? Background checks are already in place at a federal level, and neither wait times nor assault weapons bans stopped the San Bernardino shooters.