The media is full these days of talk about the handmade Hamas rockets. As a general rule, anyone who uses this terminology is doing so to belittle Israel's actions, as in "all that modern weaponry against some handmade rockets?"
Which is interesting. I'm reasonably sure many of the people who talk this way are adherents of strict gun control or even banning private possession of guns, if they're Americans; or they're the type of people who giggle snottily over American gun-owners, if they're Europeans. A Hamas handmade rocket is vastly more dangerous than any handgun, for all that it's indeed less lethal than a smart bomb shot from a helicopter; actually even that isn't quite accurate since the smart bomb can kill combatants among civilians while a kassam can only be aimed in a general direction, such as "that town over there".
A whiff of hypocrisy, perchance?