Well my idea on OC is to be able to carry a personal weapon i.e. handgun for protection. When someone brings up things like nukes and such they are just wanting to argue not debate. I would just smile at them and say when you get one let me know. I would like to see it. Then walk away. Never argue with a fool. You will only lose.
OC means to be responsible and have common sense. If they don't know where to draw the line then they may want to reconsider OC. It may not be for them. Some people you just can't debate. They have their minds made up and will not change.
Would I like to have my Sub 2000 with me if something went down? Sure. But it would draw unwanted attention and a hassle to carry around since you can't put an assault weapon in a holster. I am very comfortable with my sidearm. A Ruger P89dc. It will do the job should I ever need it. Which I pray never happens.
Besides, how do you OC a nuke? Do they even make a holster that big? IWB, OWB, Shoulder rig maybe? I got it. Ankle holster.
I assume most here are for unregulated possession of weapons, and while arguing this point with some colleagues it was naturally asked "What about nukes?" To which my response was of course not and when asked why not my response was simple, "because they're indiscriminate in what they kill and unless you're dropping one in the middle of the woods there is absolutely almost no way not to kill innocent by standers." This is in contrast to say a fully automatic assault rifle which I could be much more discriminate with when targeting.
Where do you think the line is drawn between legal and illegal weaponry if at all?