Harvard Research Finds an Inverse Relationship Between Gun Ownership and Murder Rates



A recent study from Harvard shows that there is an inverse relationship between gun ownership and murder rates. While mass murders are easy to point to as reasons to limit gun ownership on certain types of guns, in the aggregate, there is no evidence that limiting certain types of guns from ownership by law-abiding citizens has any effect on the murder rates. A good summary of the article is available too.

Bill English
Maple Grove Firearms

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