Posted by: konradbaumgarten | May 24, 2010

Gun stats

I haven’t verified the sources but this flyer is neatly done and some points here really seem noteworthy: Switzerland, for instance, is apparently fourth when it comes to the number of guns per capita. People (especially in Switzerland) should be made aware of this. We are in fact one the most heavily armed societies on earth and yet, when it comes to peaceful (and sometime boring) countries, people are quite quick to think of Switzerland as a typical example. Pure coincidence? Or is it just because, as a people, we are still relatively free and self-determined and not merely ruled by redistributing and corrupt elites?

Thanks to A.B.


Responses

  1. The complete version:
    More Guns, Less Crime: Understanding Crime and Gun Control Laws, Third Edition (Studies in Law & Economics)
    http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/0226493660

  2. I understand that by “children” they also include “violent, drug-using gang-members under the age of 21.”
    I’ve never seen a flame-thrower such as pictured available online or otherwise to anyone ever – I believe that’s an ATF “destructive device” – but there are commercial propane flame-throwers available for de-icing and vegetation control.🙂
    Added to the expense of a minigun (besides the awesome ammo consumption) is the cost of the ATF tax-stamp (registration).


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