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-- solid David let me ask you this question I think the majority of gun owners in the country would describe themselves and be described as responsible.
I thought that those large capacity magazines were essentially illegal or is it -- state by state and is it -- mishmash.
Of what's out there.
-- -- large -- magazines have come back into.
Popularity since they lifted the ban own in the Brady longhorn when -- -- all this.
But you know let's look at Mexico for -- of Mexico in 1960s.
Band all guns except -- specials assert authority -- -- -- that can only have and Mexico today.
Small -- to protect themselves how's that working out -- Mexico that they are because those are being slaughtered down their by the thousands.
-- billiard table with -- legal guns.
The drug cartels have automatic weapons were just won't keep our semiautomatic weapons to protect ourselves you know when this government can I actually argue that India has other problems as well.
Finally he brings up about -- oil I don't know I'd want to only.
Important differences when they cannot protect their citizens according to the F can't take their citizens and neither can our experts -- -- protect ourselves families making -- hello -- angry at the statistics show that and you know from 2007 to 2011.
On more than several occasions it averages about 200 to 240.
You know different incidences where there was justifiable homicide with the use of of a gun in which a person was protecting themselves and this is the definition.
During the commission of a felony by a -- the private citizen killed somebody was committing a felony.
And this was justifiable homicide so this is this adds credence to the argument that a lot of people have guns to protect themselves doesn't it.
I mean is certainly and that is part of you know there's not a time of jurisprudence.
In the area second minute -- but that is part of it that people do you have.
The right to protect themselves and their home it's once we go to dangerous criminals that's been you know there are limitations.
Absolutely let me go to Jerry because everyone always talks about the dangerous criminals but the majority of the these horrid events we've experience -- involved people who are mentally ill.
Who then took a gun it would seem.
From a relative in the case of Adam -- that he stole the -- killed his mother and and then took those guns I mean is that there's no way to prevent that is that.
Go and if you look at the facts about sandy -- which is a tragedy that kicked us all very hard.
That -- shouldn't have been anywhere near a gun and his mother.
Is the one to -- in my view to blame for sandy hook in the case of Aurora.
What did the shooter do he went to the only go free so.
Movie theater that was available -- have -- Having -- -- all the other ones he chose that one because he knew there would be no citizen there.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Well I hope not because basically what you're doing is -- enabling the criminals to keep their guns and not punishing them enough.
And taken the guns away from our citizens or citizens need the -- to protect when they can give illegal drugs and illegal loan guns off the street.
They come to talk to us about taking our guns away from us.
Because -- legal guns.
And illegal drugs or problem.
You're talking about scourge of the society let's focus on the drug problem we have in this society -- leave the gun owners to look legitimate legal gun owners out of their argument.
David prince heavily -- Sussman and Jerry net and -- we appreciate you joining us we would have discussed.
The what is believed to be billion dollar industry the firearms industry that's very hard to actually get the statistics.
On that so we will save that for another time but all of you thinking have a good evening.
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