I've done standup a couple times in my life. I learned about the comic triple, an example of that is "An Irishman, an Englishman and a Scotsman walk into a bar..." Then there is the comic triple with a twist. You use the first two to set a pattern ("An Irishman, an Englishman...") but then make that line the joke by doing a non sequitur, thusly: "An Irishman, an Englishman and a Rabbi walk into a bar...". I want you to watch this video very closely and see if you can spot the "Rabbi." So, this obviously underage young adult tries to buy tobacco, alcohol and lottery tickets from Stop-N-Robs (Memphis term for Convenience Store) . Then he buys a rifle at a gun show "on the first try." Did you see the "Rabbi"? There's actually two there. First, the attempted alcohol and tobacco purchases were from businesses which are bound by state and federal law to prohibit selling to minors. The "sale at a gun show" the voiceover even stated, "bought it from a private seller..." which reinforces the "gunshow loophole" meme. If the kid had tried, I'd give a 50/50 chance he could have gotten some "Lucy's" (individual cigarettes) from someone there. It's never stated or implied that the transaction could have been performed anywhere. Now, what did he buy? That's the second "Rabbi." It certainly wasn't an AR-15. If you know what to look for, you can see it's probably a Marlin .22 rimfire 7-shot bolt-action rifle. The kind of rifle that when I was that kid's age we kept in our rooms (with the ammunition right next to it!). We would routinely go into the woods around our housing development and shoot squirrels and cans (I lived in a rural area). It was an expected and routine step in our transition from boy to man. We were filled with the rules of firearm safety and had to demonstrate a good amount of responsibility before we would find it under the Christmas tree. A .22 rimfire is barely a step above the 760 Crossman BB gun a kid would get at 10 years old. I'll bet they tried at least once at that gun show to get something like an AR-15 and always came up empty. You will not make the news as a School Mass Shooter with a 7-shot bolt action rimfire. You can kill someone with a .22 rimfire, if you shoot them at close range in the eye or into the soft spot at the back of the head where the spinal column meets the skull. Those are about the only two spots in the head where the skull bones are thin enough to not stop the bullet from getting to something vital. Hell, to consistently kill squirrels with a .22 you need to be a really good shot.