https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2008/aug/30/ukcrime1[quote=“oli, post:25, topic:110267”]
I don’t think you can say that from the statistics. Ok owners of firearms aren’t any more likely to murder someone, but there is a definite correlation between murder and firearm use, as I have shown. Taking away firearms won’t stop homicides, but they will make them a hell of a lot harder to occur.
But on the scale of operations you are limiting the rights of individuals for something that is statistically insignificant. I have not even begun to mention for example plausibility behind say a tyrannical government or, your case seizing the means of (re)production
Much of central europe have very high rates of firearm ownership, typical examples being austria france and swizterland- this one doesnt even need a proper background check, just recently issued criminal records and an ID to prove your a resident, even easier then the usa to get a gun and its the same kind of guns as well.
That would follow.