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It would be fair to say at this point that a consistent, credible case for gun control efficacy in reducing violence has not yet been made.

If someone breaks into your home then they can either be armed or unarmed, you can also be either armed or unarmed.

If they are unarmed, then you'd better be armed. If they are armed then you'd also better be armed. Basically, either way you are better off having a gun to fight back with.

Criminals don’t tend to worry about the law, so whether there are tight laws on gun ownership or not, he will get a gun anyway. So, for a law abiding citizen, more relaxed laws on gun ownership are better because it means that more lawful people have guns to fight back against criminals who will have their guns whatever the law says.
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by spotless mind 2 years ago
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I think criminals do actually worry about the law, sometimes committing crimes that are just shy of the law so they avoid maximum penalty. I think gun laws are not as big of a problem as the people who are behind the guns. Guns don't kill people, people kill people. If we tighten gun laws, what is stopping them from choosing another weapon?
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by Strategery 2 years ago
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