Nebraska considering ban on nonhunting guns
Or unduly dangerous guns. Or maybe military-looking guns. Anyway, whatever guns an appointed commission doesn't like. It actually has made it out of committee.
The sponsor's statements talk about "inherently dangerous" -- which any gun safety instructor will tell you, either includes all guns (if mishandled) or no guns, in good repair (if properly handled). And about focusing on "military-style" firearms, which "have no purpose for hunting."
Then the criteria (the standard pistol grip, etc.) have little to do with being inherently dangerous or not useful for hunting.