Originally Posted by Teddiursa of the Sky
If that were true, gun homicide would be extremely high in countries that have strict firearm policies. But, that is simply not the case. For example, the Port Arthur massacre in 1996 transformed gun control legislation in Australia. Since the regulations passed in 1996, Australia's homicide rate lowered by thirty times and the country has not seen a mass shooting since.
Sad thing is that even though it does work, people don't want to believe it works. The statistics say it all.