Gun makers and arms dealers may not be expected to be able to anticipate that any particular buyer will snap or go off their meds a coup,e years later — who can? (A good reason for mandatory universal background checks and a national registration system). But the6 should be held liable for marketing and advertising which is designed to create fear and hatred, marketing based not on using guns for sport or hunting, but on using guns to kill others. That marketing promotes weapons that look and function like military weapons rather than target or hunting guns, even to thepoint of implying such weapons may need to be used against American military and law enforcement to "preserve our freedom." The gun makers and arms dealers who promote guns for use to kill others, or to threaten others with death, are guilty of creating an atmosphere that promotes mass murder in the minds of individuals who becomes unstable. The weapons industry’ markets in this way solely to increase profits. The cour5 system should be allowed to determine if they are liable for damages done to our society, and to hold them accountable.