The Bias Against Guns: Why Almost Everything You'Ve Heard About Gun Control Is Wrong

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Regnery Pub., Feb 1, 2003 - Political Science - 256 pages
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"If you want the truth the anti–gunners don't want you to know…you need a copy of The Bias Against Guns" —Sean Hannity of Fox News Channel's Hannity & Colmes

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The bias against guns: why almost everything you've heard about gun control is wrong

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Following up on his controversial study More Guns, Less Crime, economist Lott argues that widespread gun ownership prevents crime. He cites survey data and news reports to argue that the fear that ... Read full review

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I've found that there is a great amount of interest in firearms and I am trying to cater to that on I've owned rifles, pistols and shotguns since I was a teenager, after my father as well as the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department taught me gun safety. I've not shot anyone but more and more criminal activity is common in our area. I would not hesitate to use any means to defend our family and farm. I certainly don't mind practicing with a pistol or rifle on the farm when I think there is a criminal element nearby. I call it prevention.
The world needs more education about guns and gun safety. It's the people that know little about guns that are dangerous. When they do pick up a gun, they wave it around like a stick, which makes me cringe horribly at the site of the lack of respect for the power of firearms.
If the government wants to outlaw guns, they should be the first to give them up.
Mark Colbath
<a href="">The Hunting and Fishing Network</a>

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