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    Australia’s most heinous mass murder occurred after their gun ban in 1997.

    Harvard did a study that demonstrated that firearm access had little or no effect on the murder/suicide rates ("Would Banning Firearms Reduce Murder and Suicide: A Review of International Evidence," Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, vol. 30, pages 651-694.) After extensive research it concluded that there were no instances of nations with high gun ownership having higher murder rates than nations with low gun ownership. If anything it was the reverse.

    England & Australia enacted some of the toughest gun control measures, and handgun restrictions in the world in the late '90's. Since then they have seen their violent crime rate rise to the highest in the industrialized world and twice that of the US.

    Russia, and the former Soviet Bloc countries, have 4 times the murder rate of the USA, despite over 8 decades of total State control of firearms, and very tough restrictions on gun ownership.

    Then you look at Norway. Highest percentage of gun ownership in Western Europe. Lowest murder rate.

    8/07 Gun Ownership Vs. Murder Rates

    Austin Gun Rights Examiner: Australia experiencing mass murder despite gun control

    Austin Gun Rights Examiner: Australia experiencing more violent crime despite gun ban

    Gun Control's Twisted Outcome: Restricting firearms has helped make England more crime-ridden than the U.S. - Reason Magazine

    NRA-ILA :: Crime In England: The Price Of Gun Control

    BBC News | UK | Handgun crime 'up' despite ban

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    but the anti's don't take this into account, they act like these respectable studies don't exist, but continue to treat admittedly BOGUS studies as fact. Morons
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    Quote Originally Posted by DocBoCook View Post
    but the anti's don't take this into account, they act like these respectable studies don't exist, but continue to treat admittedly BOGUS studies as fact. Morons
    it's all about their agenda.. they can't exactly take control if people have the means to fight back for their freedom.
    You can have my freedom as soon as I'm done with it!!!

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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    Harvard did a study that demonstrated that firearm access had little or no effect on the murder/suicide rates ("Would Banning Firearms Reduce Murder and Suicide: A Review of International Evidence," Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, vol. 30, pages 651-694.) After extensive research it concluded that there were no instances of nations with high gun ownership having higher murder rates than nations with low gun ownership. If anything it was the reverse.

    England & Australia enacted some of the toughest gun control measures, and handgun restrictions in the world in the late '90's. Since then they have seen their violent crime rate rise to the highest in the industrialized world and twice that of the US.

    Russia, and the former Soviet Bloc countries, have 4 times the murder rate of the USA, despite over 8 decades of total State control of firearms, and very tough restrictions on gun ownership.

    Then you look at Norway. Highest percentage of gun ownership in Western Europe. Lowest murder rate.

    8/07 Gun Ownership Vs. Murder Rates

    Austin Gun Rights Examiner: Australia experiencing mass murder despite gun control

    Austin Gun Rights Examiner: Australia experiencing more violent crime despite gun ban

    Gun Control's Twisted Outcome: Restricting firearms has helped make England more crime-ridden than the U.S. - Reason Magazine

    NRA-ILA :: Crime In England: The Price Of Gun Control

    BBC News | UK | Handgun crime 'up' despite ban
    This is good research

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    Harvard did a study that demonstrated that firearm access had little or no effect on the murder/suicide rates ("Would Banning Firearms Reduce Murder and Suicide: A Review of International Evidence," Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, vol. 30, pages 651-694.) After extensive research it concluded that there were no instances of nations with high gun ownership having higher murder rates than nations with low gun ownership. If anything it was the reverse. ~~~
    This study was conducted at/by Harvard. 0bama claims to have attended Harvard (his transcripts are sealed, so who really knows). Wouldn't it be ironic if he took part in compiling this report?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    This study was conducted at/by Harvard. 0bama claims to have attended Harvard (his transcripts are sealed, so who really knows). Wouldn't it be ironic if he took part in compiling this report?
    at least that's what we are told... but why is everything sealed??? because maybe there is a lot of things that we are told that are not true??
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