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Gun Control Doesn't Work:
Reprinted From:  The United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA)

We are continuously being bombarded by statements from folks who seem to believe that gun control is the answer.  If we get rid of the guns, they tell us, society will be safer and there won't be any accidental shootings.  Nothing could be farther from the truth.  In fact, recent studies have shown that while the number of legally owned guns in the United States has gone way up, the number of gun accidents has gone way down.  There are no such things as "accidental discharges," by the way, only negligent discharges.  See my article on defensive pistol storage in the home to find out that it's not about gun control for preventing these things.  It's about safety and responsibility.  And as far as our communities being safer, it isn't the guns and law abiding citizens that need to be regulated.  It is the criminals who should be punished and dealt with.

Click on the article below to read the rest on the Concealed Carry Magazine website.  USCCA is a wonderful resource for training, and articles such as the one below, but you have to be a member to really take advantage of all of the great benefits.

I find my USCCA Inc. membership invaluable and strongly recommend you take a look at membership for yourself and your family.

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