Answering my question do guns mean more death.
I'm using this as the video requirement. This video shows us how the US has a problem with guns compared to other countries. It shows you charts that are easy to make out. They make it very simple to understand how there's a problem with guns here.
The more guns the state has the more gun deaths there is. Alaska has the most guns owned at 70% of adults owning a gun. But it has the most gun deaths at 20 per 100,000 residents that's a lot of people dying just from one state. New York is at 10% of their population owning a gun and it has less than 5 per 100,000 residents dying.
The way to stop a bad guy with a gun is to keep him from getting a gun in the first place. Making guns harder to get can stop from people getting guns. There would be less deaths and less crime if guns would be harder to get. We should just ban guns make so where the civilians can't get guns. The military is the only one that should have weapons.
Guns owned by certain race, political views, gender. How many deaths by guns compared to other deaths. Percentages of people dying from suicide, homocide, and accidental gun deaths.