Okay, okay gun control groupies, we’ll admit it: gun sales do have an effect on gun crime.
When gun sales climb, gun crime declines.
As the number of cumulative firearms to market has shot up to an impressive peak of 140 million in 2014, the number of homicides with firearms is down 43 percent.
Historically, the number of unintentional fatalities from guns also decreased dramatically; down 82 percent from 1930.
Sorry, gun control freaks – but with 40 percent of Americans reporting a firearm in their home and 61 percent in opposition to making it illegal to manufacture, sell or possess semi-automatic guns known as assault rifles, it looks like your 15 minutes of time are up.
Please come down from your soap box and exit stage left.
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