International Gun Use Surges in Europe, Where Firearms Are Rare

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  1. Joe Link

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    Seems that the muzzies like to cut people, so what better to bring to a knife fight than a GUN, especially if you're a woman. And "certain" countries are in the process of weakening gun control laws to make it easier to get a gun. But dont think the air Head anti 2A folk here will consider that. They'll just look to come up with anti knife laws!, dont'cha know!
     
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    Didn't get to read an awful lot of the story, but my guess is the problem has its roots in immigration...
     
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    Yes, that's what this story mentions Germany: 'Basic weapon licenses' skyrocketing with migrant surge - Liberty Unyielding
    However the 'basic weapon' license is not exactly a gun. It's for a flare gun or a 'gas' pistol, (I'm guessing a pepper spray gun) & also allows the licensed to carry weapons not intended for deadly use. Germans sold out their gun rights years ago & far as I know still have to let the shooting range they are registered with hold their guns hostage for them, while they pay high fees for the licensing & storage & use of any guns they 'own'
     

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