Nothing is hard about it, and thousands of us do just that regularly. My point was the gun is just a tool for performing a task, no different than our bikes, or a hammer. The number of motor vehicle deaths each year is almost identical to the number of gun deaths in the US, yet nobody is screaming to ban motor vehicles now are they? And plenty of innocent people are killed by other drivers every year, and vehicles have even been used in recent years in attacks on large crowds. I get your point, but you can't fix a problem with human behavior by making the tools they use to commit those acts unavailable, they'll simply choose another tool for the job and carry on. Human beings have been killing each other since we were huddled in caves smacking rocks together to light a fire, and they'll most likely continue to do so as long as there are human beings in the universe.
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