The Sydney Morning Herald reports on the results of Australia's gun control, results that you'd expect using simple common sense. These improvements happened after they "cut the country's stock of firearms by 20 per cent and roughly halved the number of households with access to guns."
Thanks to TTAG for the link and their skeptical take on it.
What's your opinion? If the United States were to halve the number of households with access to guns, wouldn't you expect gun violence to decrease? Or would all those lost DGU opportunities outweigh the benefits?
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