What are the statistics for accidental gun deaths in the home?
Just interested, no political agenda.
by Scott S Bateman 7 months ago
If you want a factual and research-based explanation of how to reduce gun violence, please read the informative article below.https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics … c24213c694
by SpanStar 5 years ago
For those who can turn a blind eye at 1000 death in or about a month will not be moved or swayed by NBCnews report pertaining to gun violence.NBCnews took a holiday weekend to look at gun violence and its report illustrated that there is about 86 deaths per day with regards to guns. Clearly with 86...
by PrettyPanther 3 years ago
What do you think of this? U.S. gun deathsA county by county map of gun fatalities per 100,000 people.http://www.oregonlive.com/data/2015/10/ … _gunf.html
by Kathleen Cochran 2 years ago
Are suicides any less tragic than homicides?If 66 percent of gun deaths each year are suicides, does that make the number of gun deaths in America any less tragic?
by emrldphx 7 years ago
This is one I haven't seen before. A study done by Florida State University professors of criminology Gary Kleck and Marc Gertz.LINK: http://www.saf.org/LawReviews/KleckAndGertz1.htmREVIEW: http://www.pulpless.com/gunclock/noframedex.htmlThe finding was that guns are used defensively to stop crimes...
by My Esoteric 8 months ago
The following ideas would, I think, go a long way to REDUCE (not eliminate) mass killings in particular and death by gun overall.1. Heavily regulate ownership of any weapon classified as "semi-automatic", whether pistol or rifle. 2. Heavily regulate possession of any magazine over 10...
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