The “Gun Ban” & “Gun Registration” Myths

spock-illogicalShooters know that gun bans don’t work, and neither does gun registration.  But how do we communicate that message to the sheep who bleat their anti-gun lies?

With facts.

We need to keep the message short, powerful, and well-sourced.  And we need to target the typical arguments that an anti-gun-nut will use to convince fence-sitters.


Here is a fact sheet, with citations, that you can use to quickly deflate the typical arguments of an anti-gun zealot.

Gun Control Fact Sheet

And here is the PDF if you want to download it:

Fact Sheet

Again, if you want to alter or add to the document, email me and I’ll send you the original file.

Spread the word!


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3 Responses to “The “Gun Ban” & “Gun Registration” Myths”

  1. Big Al says:

    On the subject of “high-capacity” magazines not being a new phenomenon, here are some others I can think of that did not make the fact sheet:

    -The Mexican Mondragon rifle when adopted by the German air service in WWI featured a 20 round drum magazine.

    -The Luger had a drum magazine available for it (also in WWI) that held 32 rounds.

    -The Mauser Gewehr ’98, Lee-Enfield, and M1903 Springfield all had magazine extensions made to increase their capacity (to 20 for the Lee and 25 for the Mauser and Springfield)

    -There are also the 30 shot pinfire revolvers of the 19th Century (click on SPOILER to see the photos):

  2. Gunnutmegger says:

    Well, I was trying to avoid any protruding magazines like the Luger snail drum which would be seized upon as “high capacity”.