I am told in the United States there is something like 400 million firearms in private ownership.
The political left is appalled by those numbers...seeming to believe that each gun represents a potential homicide or even mass murder.
However, I am one who is fairly well immersed in the "gun culture", and go to a lot of gun shows. I look at those 400 million arms as being greater than 99% "safe queens", that are rarely ever fired for sport or even borne for personal protection!
Lol, in my opinion one of the reasons that the US has by far the greatest number of guns per capita is because.... we can simply afford them!
The US probably also has the highest number of television sets per capita....the greatest number of cars per capita.....
There are many people who individually own many, many guns, as they're collectors, hoarders, what have you. They often strive to have one copy of every possible variation of some particular model of arm. And that really adds up.
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That means there are a lot of people (68% of adults) that don't own guns.
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so 32% of 330,000,000 have firearms. Man we need to get more people to buy guns.
So how many of those numbers include non registered sales and so called ghost guns?
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