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Yes, and people owning guns that way should get a minimum sentence of 5 years. People leaving them on the lawn certainly should too. If thre was an accepted standard of security on your guns, you shouldn’t have anything to worry about because if you certificate approved gun store got broken into, that wouldn’t be your fault.
Something more to add to this, I’m not responsible for the trigger being pulled and consequently the death of another person. Only one person has actually committed a crime. The person who stole my gun to begin with and the same person pulled the trigger. I did not force him to do any of these things.
If you leave weapons lying around carelessly or alow people not approved to hold them access and they kill someone, you are clearly not responsible enough to own guns and are clearly partly responsible.
Nearly 30k deaths in one year from guns? that is extremely minute when compared to other causes for deaths, and I would hardly consider that to be a problem.
30,000 deaths, unnecessarily isnt a problem??? Man you are fucked up! :willy_nilly:
Regardless it is a small price to pay to have access to guns. [/FONT][SIZE=2][FONT=Tahoma]
Yes, especially if you were one of the 30, 000 innocent people killed by them!:willy_nilly:
[quote=“KpAtch3s, post: 1083828”]These gun facts are as old and perhaps a little older than your link.
QUICK GUN FACTS
Ok, I’ve just come across this as well. THe above link took it’s facts from this book.
I recommend scrolling to page 10 in the above book.[/quote]
My computer has crashed twice trying to access you links so if you could post them here, I’d be only too happy to view and comment on them. I’ve yet to see any survey though that proves that Americans owning guns makes them safer.