Study Reveals That More Armed, Law-Abiding Citizens Results in Less Murder . . . Who Knew?

A new study by Quinnipiac's Mark Gius adds more intellectual ammunition to the RKBA arsenal.  Gius' study, published in Applied Economics Letters, found that between 1980 and 2009, murder rates were typically higher in states that had stricter concealed carry laws.  After adjusting for variables, the study found, as quoted in the abstract: "states with restrictions … Continue reading Study Reveals That More Armed, Law-Abiding Citizens Results in Less Murder . . . Who Knew?