Harry Reid: I Haven't Read Feinstein's Gun Bill "I think that's good. but let me just give you a little background here. I had guns from the time I was a little boy. I don't hunt anymore, but I did. I've got lots of guns. I keep them for sentimental reasons, but I was a police officer. Right over here is my badge. I was a police officer. I carried a gun, and that's what I did to put myself through law school. My dad killed himself, shot himself with a gun, committed suicide, so I know a lot about guns, and there are things that I think we need to do. I have said to Senator Leahy, I want a bill to come out of the Judiciary Committee. I want you to hold hearings and go through the regular process. I want you to have a bill that allows us when it's brought to the floor to start offering amendments. If Dianne Feinstein by the time through the judiciary committee, If she doesn't have her assault weapons, at least let her have an opportunity to offer this amendment.