Quick Question

by Don Boudreaux on December 17, 2015

in Dinner Table Economics

If advocates of stricter gun-control regulations are correct that easier access to hand guns necessarily leads to more violence committed with guns, why do we never hear of mass shootings (of people) at firing ranges?

Might the answer be, at least in part, that more guns do lead to fewer crimes?


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