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No, its a weak gun. But still i'm sure we could find hundreds of stories of gun violence involving the death of innocent victims. I can only recall two instances off the top of my head where someone used a gun in this manner to protect themselves and their kids.
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How do we measure the benefit if we can't agree on how to measure the deterrent effect? If you eliminate the variable of unsecured weapons ( i.e. those not under lock and key to prevent accidental access) that health risk to others approaches zero. Yes it can be used for suicide but so can many other things...
That is the issue, one of the proposals that I favor is that if you own a gun is that you have to secure it.. if it is not secured properly and then used in a violent act you share responsibility..