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I will start off by saying that I live in California's bay area where generally ownership of guns is frowned upon.
I went to my very first gun show at the beginning of the year and purchased my very first handgun, the Beretta 92fs, a model that I have admired ever since first seeing it equipped by Jill Valentine in Resident Evil 1 (and because the Glock is ugly as fuck).
It is irrational to think the person sitting next to you at the dinner table would have an increased tendency to stab people just because he picks up a steak knife.
I don't value the whole gangsta outlook on life..My husband and I both have had to carry guns on our jobs and are licensed to carry concealed. I'm Australian so the idea of ordinary people owning guns is pretty foreign to me. I don't think I would have the same problem with, say, archery or martial arts, and I don't know how fair that is.He has been trained as a firearm specialist security and I am former military, including a brief stint as a military police unit. For reference, I grew up in a rural area where hunting and shooting at jugs of sand in the woods were popular pastimes. Guns were always normal to me even though I didn't have one. But I am glad to be living in a country where most people don't own and don't feel entitled to own guns. The idea of like, strolling down the street with a gun out blows my fucking mind.Counting by household silences the voice of whoever lost the debate, if there was one.And in the important and demographically lopsided issue of gun ownership, the silenced voice is usually a woman's. Marie has partnered with the Harvard Injury Control Research Center to study American women's beliefs, opinions, and experiences in relation to gun ownership and gun control, the results of which are published here for the first time.