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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by TED, Mar 24, 2010.
My compliments the author.
From the VPC idiot:
You mean like the collectible plate industry? The shoe industry? The video game industry?
No, it doesn't. A lot of guys like buying the same old gun, lol.
This is actually an end to the caliber debate.
9mm vs .357 sig vs 40 S&W vs 45 ain't nothin to the .32 auto to the back of the neck
10mm still dominates
"Unfortunately for the gunman, later identified as Kayson Helms, 18, of Edison, N.J., that was Corleys tiny Kel-Tec 10mm, hidden in a wallet holster and loaded with a half-dozen hollow points. Corley fired once into the robbers abdomen. The young man turned. Corley didn't need to fire twice more, not hitting him in the neck and again in the torso. Helms was thrown into the night and his unidentifiable remains collapsed already dead on a railroad embankment 200 feet away."
For me, this is the part that says it all:
In the 1980s and 90s, as the concealed-carry movement gained steam, Americans were killed by others with guns at the rate of about 5.66 per 100,000 population. In this decade, the rate has fallen to just over 4.07 per 100,000, a 28 percent drop. The decline follows a fivefold increase in the number of shall-issue and unrestricted concealed-carry states from 1986 to 2006.
The highest gun homicide rate is in Washington, D.C., which has had the nations strictest gun-control laws for years and bans concealed carry: 20.50 deaths per 100,000 population, five times the general rate. The lowest rate, 1.12, is in Utah, which has such a liberal concealed weapons policy that most American adults can get a permit to carry a gun in Utah without even visiting the state.
Why can't the liberals understand that? It's in English, right?
Oh wait, that might be the problem. I forgot that English is no longer spoken in this country.