Gun control discussions should be anchored in facts
When we voice arguments about gun accessibility/regulation, it is important to anchor our positions in empiricism and social realities.
For some of us gun owners that is hard to do because of our passion for gun freedoms. We too often form our arguments based on personal observations or on our needs for security, or our mistrust of progressive movements.
Mr. Stezelberger’s op-ed on Sept. 7 (“Your View by a gun store owner: Why we must stand up for our Second Amendment rights”) is a clear example of this inclination.