How To Reduce Your Risk Of Death By Gun Violence

Do you want to reduce your risk of death by gun violence?

If so, consider these 10 common sense ways to do so. These are things one can implement fully and immediately with no permission or agreement from anyone else but are entirely in the control of any individual.

Marching to persuade politicians is a very indirect way of reducing anyone’s risk from gun violence. And considering their track record on so many issues, politicians may end up putting us all at further risk when all is said and done.
-John Deaux

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3 Responses to How To Reduce Your Risk Of Death By Gun Violence

  1. Winston Smith says:

    Saw a study back in the 80s that said that if you were a white male and didn’t drink at bars, your chances were negligible for being shot. If you did drink in bars, there was a significant increase.
    Makes sense.

    Just stay at home and burn one or 2 instead.

  2. MMinLamesa says:

    If you live in a big city or even one down around 100,000, you’re asking for trouble. I’ve been living in small towns or outside of small towns for over 30 years and haven’t had any problems. I can walk the streets anytime, no graffiti, no home invasions, low or no crime and yeah, no or no more then an infrequent sighting of a black.

    Doesn’t mean I’m not aware at all times of my situation and have weapons near or on me but large urban areas are hunting grounds for criminals.

    German Shepherds have really good hearing too.

  3. Professor Hale says:

    1. Don’t live or work anywhere where there is more than 10% black or hispanic population. (In the usa)
    2. Don’t do recreational drugs or have friends who do.

    Do those and your chances drop to near zero.

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