August 16th 2015

Study Shows No Correlation Between
Gun Control And Crime Control

What We Can Learn From New York City


What can New York City teach us about gun control? A simple and valuable lesson - there is no connection between gun control and public safety. None at all. And New York City, the most heavily gun-controlled city in America, proves it.

By Dan Zimmerman on August 14th, 2015

By Matthew Howe
New York City gets a bad rap from a lot of folk in the gun-rights community. Not just in terms of their gun control policies, — which are as bad as anyone out there thinks — but in terms of how dirty and dangerous the city is. But is it? Not really. New York City, 2015, is a clean, relatively safe city full of great shops and amazing restaurants. But there’s a catch … The 2014 murder rate for NYC was 4.0 per 100,000 population. That’s slightly below the national average of 4.8 per 100,000.

The catch — and it’s a double-edged sword, to pile on some more metaphors — is that despite an overall lower-than-average murder rate, there are still many neighborhoods in NYC one would be unwise to set foot in. Especially after dark.

While the murder rate overall in NYC is low, in certain neighborhoods it is terribly high. I recently took a precinct-by-precinct look at murder rates in NYC for 2014. The results were fascinating....... -->

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