Guns In The News
Article first appeared at Ammoland.com Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- -A new study of violent crime and concealed carry law found no correlation between them. The study compared homicide and violent crime at the state level with changes in concealed carry law over a 30 year period, from 1986 to 2015. During this period
“I mean when the Constitution was written initially they didn’t have a protection for guns because our founders just thought it was an assumed right,” he said, “later they added it in the Bill of Rights as the Second Amendment but they felt very strongly that every American has the right to defend themselves.”
The resolution limits ammunition amounts that can be bought while requiring a mental health background check on buyers of ammo in Wayne County.
When It Comes To Guns, School Shootings & First Response, Is This Good News Mere Coincidence or a Cultural Change?
Lots of us are disappointed after the recent midterm elections. Some of us turned off the news for a few weeks as we recovered. I’ve noticed a series of unexpected pleasant surprises during that time. The seeds of serendipity were planted long before the midterm campaigns began.
A joint effort by research organizations has found after a study during a 10-year period that the rates of firearm-related death did not change after comprehensive background check and violent misdemeanor polices were passed in California.
“No one should trust the CDC’s nonfatal firearm injury point estimates.” -Anti-gun researcher David Hemenway
I want you to think of these men and women the next time you hear someone say the US is a selfish country.
Warning New Mexico Gun Owners: Expect Unprecedented Attacks On Your Gun Rights During 2019 Legislative Session
Expect anti-gun politicians to introduce a slew of so-called “common-sense gun measures” — a misleading phrase that gun control activists use in hopes that the public and the media will avoid questioning the bills’ enforceability, efficacy, intrusiveness or necessity.