So tell me my hero what do you think of these things?
protectillinois.orgDouglas LittlePhoenix Gun Rights Examiner
May 28, 2013
Two new studies released at the beginning of May 2013 have shown that the primary factor in the reduction of the number of gun homicides and violent gun crimes is not gun control, but rather the proliferation of legal gun ownership.http://www.examiner.com/article/two-new-studies-confirm-gun-control-s-worst-nightmare-more-guns-less-crimeNew research shows there are more guns but less gun crime in New South Wales, Australia. Although the number of legally owned firearms has increased substantially over the past decade, firearm crime has decreased. http://johnrlott.blogspot.com/2013/03/new-australian-study-shows-more-guns.htmlAs gun ownership has increased dramatically, gun-related violent crimes have gradually decreased over the past six years in the state of Virginia, according to a new analysis. http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/26/report-in-virginia-more-guns-less-crime/#ixzz2cc82JGHTSo there are those that hold a different opinion than you. Personally, I don’t think the gun has a dog gone thing to do with one person deciding to kill others. NO gun? Why there are many ways to kill. But go ahead and remove all guns from legal ownership. Do you expect the criminals to meekly turn over their arms?