H.R. 226: a bill introduced for Americans to turn in their guns voluntarily for money.
It lists what the consider assault weapons, or other weapons such as pistols or semi-automatics.
SEC. 25E. ASSAULT WEAPON TURN-IN CREDIT. ``(a) Allowance of Credit.-- ``(1) In general.--In the case of an individual who surrenders a specified assault weapon to the United States or a State or local government (or political subdivision thereof) as part of a Federal, State, or local public safety program to reduce the number of privately owned weapons, on the election of the taxpayer there shall be allowed as a credit against the tax imposed by this chapter an amount equal to $2,000.
© Assault Weapon.--For purposes of this section--
``(1) In general.--The term `specified assault weapon'
means any of the following:
``(A) The following rifles or copies or duplicates
``(i) AK, AKM, AKS, AK-47, AK-74, ARM,
MAK90, Misr, NHM 90, NHM 91, SA 85, SA 93,
``(iii) AR-15, Bushmaster XM15, Armalite
M15, or Olympic Arms PCR,
``(v) Calico Liberty,
``(vi) Dragunov SVD Sniper Rifle or
``(vii) Fabrique National FN/FAL, FN/LAR,
``(viii) Hi-Point Carbine,
``(ix) HK-91, HK-93, HK-94, or HK-PSG-1,
``(x) Kel-Tec Sub Rifle,
``(xi) M1 Carbine,
``(xiii) SAR-8, SAR-4800,
``(xiv) SKS with detachable magazine,
``(xv) SLG 95,
``(xvi) SLR 95 or 96,
``(xvii) Steyr AUG,
``(xviii) Sturm, Ruger Mini-14,
``(xx) Thompson 1927, Thompson M1, or
Thompson 1927 Commando, or
``(xxi) Uzi, Galil and Uzi Sporter, Gali
Edited by Eonwe, 17 January 2013 - 08:55 PM.