Gun control is a significant issue in the United States. Most Americans who oppose the right to bear arms do not know how use hold or clean a firearm. Only 1/4th of Americans know how to use a gun.

With this education level so staggering, could it contribute to the lack of knowledge and fear about guns? If uneducated Americans call for more gun control, could it lead to a decrease in personal protection?

Especially in dangerous jurisdictions like California, Chicago, New York, and Washington D.C.?

r/gunpolitics - Notice a correlation between these cities where murder rates were rising?

With the increase of restrictions, law obeying citizens may not have the ability to protect their families.

Illegal guns are highly likely to be used in situations that would already warrant a felony.

Many individuals in gun restriction states cannot legally protect themselves in home invasions.



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