Many are talking about the mass killing that happened in Aurora, Colorado. There are lots of people saying that in order for killing like this not to happen again, there should be stricter gun laws and stricter implementation of the existing ones, like in depth background checks. Others suggest that parents should monitor children if there are changes in their behavior, but the suspect is 24 years old already. What are your suggestions?
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Just so you are aware only 3.87% of the population was exposed to crime here in USA while in Australia which does not allow ownership of handguns 7.16% of the population was exposed to crime. Gun laws make no difference.
Buying a gun on the street corner is illegal already. There is a law in place that does nothing. They also do a check at least in my state to make sure you've never been admitted to a hospital. Not debating just informing.
I was saying that, regardless of legality, you could still buy a gun like that, but masks and kevlar and hundreds of rounds off ammo you cant, but they are usually readily available legally with little consistancy in bg checks.