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    That is indeed interesting. I'm kinda curious myself to see what's driving it.

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    The article mentions higher conviction rates, which kind of makes sense. I was talking to the police in my little town about juevenile crime (vandalism, etc.). They said usually they find it's one or two individuals causing the majority of the problems and once they "take care of it" there's a lot fewer problems.

    I can see how with better conviction taking care of the career criminals, that leaves the, what would you call it, "criminals by circumstance" committing less property crime. I'd hypothesize that it'd be the career criminals one'd need to worry more about as far as defense carrying.



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    Maybe such high numbers of guns sales and ammunition defecates are causing criminals to become even more conscious of armed citizenry.

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    hansolo wrote:
    defecates

    "You keep using that word. I do notthink it means what you think it means."

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    haha! I was spacing.

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    Hmmm, so even the BGs are having to ration ammo because of the panic hoarding going on and, the career criminals are having to curtail their business. Damn, therecession isjust hurting EVERYONE. Maybe they can apply for a bailout.

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    I agree, the increase in gun sales may be scaring some of the scum into being less preyful.



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