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When a gun control advocate starts arguing statistics supporting reduced crime after gun confiscation (Australia is a case in point), pay close attention to their words - such as "Gun crimes were reduced". Ask yourself - was overall crime reduced? Were overall homicides reduced, or only gun homicides?

Gun control advocates claim fewer guns in society equals fewer murders. It's a pretty simple concept. These reports, from the UN and FBI, confirm the opposite. Compare the U. S. to other countries with strict gun control. The U. S. has declined steadily for 30 years, even though gun ownership and population have risen.

To be specific, Mexico, Brazil, and Russia have lower gun ownership rates, and the highest worldwide homicide rates recorded in the report. These are not 3rd world countries. The central African countries are the same, some with the lowest recorded gun ownership rates, yet the highest homicide rates.