Once one starts playing the statistics game... the same can be applied to the poor of the barrios/ghettos/trailer parks...
violence control = people control
Example: Think twice about letting your "child" grow up playing violent video games. Some of these "children" cannot differentiate between the virtual world and reality.
I couldn't fire the 750 as fast and hit targets as well as the AR-15 platform because of recoil management and target re-acquisition time.
Thus, wouldn't you have to be proud of such statistics? It looks like you prefer to a) promote violence as a 'keeping it real' ideology and b) use the ramifications to rationalize gun control policy.
Just ban all guns. If you want to hunt get a bow. Problem solved. And then lets move on to the next problem that is hurting this country.
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