Posted August 18, 2022 3:00 pm by Comments

By Jennifer Sensiba

After a mass shooting is thwarted by an armed citizen who wasn’t wearing a badge, we often see the same debate with the same tired talking points. “Yeah, but that almost never happens!” Or, if they want to sound sophisticated, they’ll call the defensive gun use a “statistical anomaly” or maybe just a “rounding error.”
The ones who are more intellectually honest will admit that it’s complicated and that defensive gun uses are in fact real, but want to say that criminal use or accidents with guns are more common than successful defenses, making guns a net negative.
Continue reading What We Don’t (and Can’t) Know About Defensive Gun Uses Isn’t Great For Anti-Gunners’ Arguments at The Truth About Guns.

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