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  • chuckgcs

    This (misleading) headline may be ok as a discussion starter, but is just propaganda beyond that. The fact is that VERY FEW people who carry guns are likely to be involved in a "shooting" UNLESS the gun carrier lives a life that involves criminal activity, or law enforcement. Branas's study didn't control for the most prevalent root cause of firearms usage - a "life of crime", making the study statistically irrelevant. A better resource is the recently released CDC research results.