YouTuber James Klüg conducted some “man-on-the-street” interviews where he asked people to sign a petition to ban ridiculous and fake weapons. Some of the weapons Klug spoke about were legitimate, but not something a civilian would ever be able to possess. For example, it is unlikely that a normal person would get their hands on an ICBM (Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile). Nevertheless, people agreed to sign a petition for an ICBM ban.
There were also weapons named that were completely fictional. A “pulse rifle” from the HALO video game series was mentioned. For the most part, people accepted that these guns were, in fact, real and dangerous weapons with an immediate need to be banned. The interviews just go to show that many people who are anti-gun and anti-second amendment may not necessarily have those views if they simply educated themselves on the subject matter.