How does more guns equal less shooting? by QuestionGuy June 2, 2022, 9:06 pm How does more guns equal less shooting? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMeEqualgunsQuestion and Answershooting See more Previous article My friend ate a table Next article Reddit users, Has anyone recognized themselves in a post (made by someone else)? If Yes, what was the post about, How correct was the post, and did you comment/contact the person on the post? 19 Comments Leave a Reply It doesn’t. It equals more profits for gun companies. That is all. Log in to Reply Mutually assured destruction lol Log in to Reply It wont. Gun nuts obviously haven’t learned anything about giving more guns and less restrictions. Log in to Reply Because that’s how the world works in the diseased imaginations of gun nuts. It’s the pernicious fantasy that the gun lobby has spent the last 50-ish years indoctrinating them in. Log in to Reply They don’t unless they don’t exist. How did you form this idea? Log in to Reply It doesn’t…but the NRA holds major sway over a lot of republicans…so of course their solution is more guns. It also falls in line with the white savior complex… Log in to Reply It doesn’t and neither does less guns. Criminals or people hell bent on shooting up schools aren’t turning in or following any gun control measures. Laws are just for law abiding citizens. Log in to Reply Guns in the hands of more law bidding and well trained people that are not afraid to use them for good will save people. Especially if the can be seen been worn on their side. The chicken shits doing these shootings look for helpless sheep. Like gun haters. Unless you somehow get the entire world to melt down there weapons, guns will still be a problem. Keep in mind, in the stone age there where no guns. Humans still killed each other. It’s a human condition, not the tool. Log in to Reply More guns, less guns…there’s 250-350 million guns in the US already, and we made 11 million more last year. You can get rid of 90 percent of the guns today, and wake up tomorrow still having 1,600 guns in circulation for every Starbucks in America. You can add guns, subtract guns, I think we’re so far above the saturation point at which a sufficiently motivated individual can find one, that we’re gonna be fucked regardless. Log in to Reply Quantity is irrelevant. Less, more, people will find them if they want them. Log in to Reply Allows citizens or private security the ability to defend themselves Log in to Reply Theoretically, it’s the victim’s and bystander’s *likelihood of firing back* that acts as a deterrent. Personally, I don’t think guns are the problem. I think it’s the fact that the people who want guns the most are typically the people at WalMart that can’t give me the correct change, or are super-pissed that Johnny Depp won, or that <insert_ethnic_group> are taking our jobs. Log in to Reply It doesn’t lol Log in to Reply If everyone has one people are less likely to try and go on a shooting spree. Notice it’s places that don’t allow guns that get shot up? When is the last time someone went Rambo and shot up a police station? Log in to Reply It doesn’t. It’s a fake, not even half-baked solution that pro-gun people give so they can sleep at night. Log in to Reply The theory is that good people with guns are a deterrent to bad people with guns, and have the ability to stop them if they start murdering people. Armed murderers are generally not deterred or stopped by unarmed people. Log in to Reply [Something to take a look at.](https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/ryanhatesthis/10-potential-mass-shootings-that-were-stopped-by-someone-wit) I dont think there is a database where all this is tracked, but if you are serious and care to look you can find mentions of them. Log in to Reply my dad is convinced that if he and everyone else carries a gun around with them that they’ll somehow be able to take out any threats that appear regardless of the fact that the gun makes you a target instead now. Log in to Reply You don’t shoot your gun because you don’t want to get shot? Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.