This is an interesting take on the gun control movement. It theorizes that the terrorist attacks had a negative impact on gun control attitudes. People realized that leading a harmless non-violent life, living and let live, doesn't guarantee reciprocity from that that would cause harm, is the theory. Not just from fanatic murdering foreigners, but people could rationally extrapolate to domestic victimizers, too. And taking control of one's self-defense made more sense to more people.
"You never select a shotgun as your primary anti-zombie firearm. It's great for onesy twosey, but zombies travel in hordes. The reload time is onerous, and the ammo, while effective, is heavy and bulky and short ranged."
People I Hit F5 on all day, hoping for more content...
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