MAYALL: We don't
market to gangs, Commissioner Gordon.
COMMISSIONER GORDON: No? Is that why you boast that your guns have a
special finish that is "resistant to fingerprints"?
MAYALL: You misinterpret the intent of our ad, Commissioner. Body oils
are corrosive and can mar the finish. We're only saying that's not a
problem on our guns. Actually, you can get a latent print of some kind
off most of our guns.
COMMISSIONER GORDON: That's not what the advertisement implies and you
know it! Last year, over half the crimes committed in Gotham with
assault weapons were with the Am Attack-80!
MAYALL: Criminals are NOT our target audience, although I'll admit I
ENJOY the media attention we get. Why not? I can't afford big
advertisements. Every time one of these stories go out my sales go up
and that's what I'm interested in, what my stockholders are interested
in -- sales going up. Under the circumstances, I take it you are morally
opposed to using my guns in this gang deal?
COMMISSIONER GORDON: No. I can't afford to be.
pragmatic men, Commissioner. Both of us. I'm not a villain,
Commissioner. This is a gun society. There is a demand that I supply.
People want it. To paraphrase a competitor -- God created man but guns
made them all equal.
COMMISSIONER GORDON: Really? And I thought it was the Constitution that
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