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Doe dissarming the law abiding civilian reduce crime in a city?

Do restrictions onwhat kind of gun one can get, and dependency on the police reduce crime?


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Posts: 681 | Posted: 10:07 PM on April 10, 2007 | IP
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No it doesent it only makes things worse and the criminals are laughing at all the anti gun organzations because it makes their criminal activities much safer.
 


Posts: 65 | Posted: 2:31 PM on April 11, 2007 | IP
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I think its funny how everyone talks about disarming Americans and about gun bans as if a government ban on guns would instantly solve all their problems and all gun owners would willingly give up their guns to the government.

Im pretty sure there are enough gun owners in America who wont be so willing to give up their guns, that any attempt to impose a gun ban or to completely disarm all americans would most likely result in some kind of major incident possibly leading to another civil war.  An attempt at disarming all americans might just be the last straw for alot of americans who are already more than fed up with the liberal agenda and would much rather live by their own ideas and beliefs separate from liberal influences.
 


Posts: 2 | Posted: 12:36 AM on June 6, 2007 | IP
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And yet Americans keep voting liberals into office... something doesn't make sense there.


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Posts: 1287 | Posted: 07:53 AM on June 6, 2007 | IP
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A majority of them are the liberals who vote we dont have enough libertarian and pro gun voters.
 


Posts: 65 | Posted: 12:19 PM on June 6, 2007 | IP
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Even if its not the majority that doesnt mean that those who are supportive of their 2nd ammendment rights wouldnt fight to keep them if they are taken away.

Maybe not all of them but i think many gun owners in America are not going to just give up their guns.  And i think that there would be enough of them that they would be able to make a pretty big issue about it.

I wouldnt want to be the one going door to door demanding that citizens hand over their guns.
 


Posts: 2 | Posted: 10:32 PM on June 6, 2007 | IP
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Here is something you all may find alarming. I am a gun owner and I do every time I meet someone who is also a gun owner I ask if they were ordered by the state to turn over their guns would they. I have found that very few would in the number around 15 to 20%.  


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Posts: 127 | Posted: 4:58 PM on June 11, 2007 | IP
    
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