By: Matt Winkeljohn - http://www.resistthetyranny.com/ According to anti-gun crowd, a mass scale “assault weapons” ban would dramatically reduce gun crime. This statement, of course, is not backed up by any factual data. According to the F.B.I., in 2012, there was approximately 1,214,462 violent crimes, 8,975,438 property crimes and 12,765 homicides. While these numbers do not necessarily reflect the number of times a firearm was used in the commission of a crime, they do show that there was a reported 10,202,665 times that “the laws” didn’t stop a crime from being committed. The 1994 assault weapons ban shows a similar result. According to a study by the Jerry Lee Center of Criminology at the University of Pennsylvania, “we cannot clearly credit the ban with any of the nation’s recent drop in … Continue reading
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