[QUOTE="Chickity_China"] So the demand is low then. Why is demand so low when it's in the best interest of Americans to arm themselves against a government that has the most advanced military in the world at it's disposal?Chickity_China
As has been explained a couple times already, the facilities and resources needed to properly store and dispose of these things is a huge barrier to entry. Firearms and firearm ammo is just more practical.
Then again, I don't complain about the people that are able to own them legally.Try destroying a tank or shooting down a fighter jet with an AR15 then we can discuss practical.
We're not near any point where anyone would take up arms against our government, but I do believe in being prepared. So maybe I should get an RPG or full on missile launcher. There are legal means to obtain them. After all, colonists were better armed than the army. Heck, the army borrowed their canons and used civilan marksmen.
So let's use your logic:
Try stopping an armed man that just kicked down your door by calling 911 or drawing a knife. Now this scenario is more likely to happen than an armed uprising.