Question: How Safe Are Gun Free Zones?

What is A Gun Free Zone?

Short answer:
Gun-free zones are defined as places where general citizens can’t carry guns.

A little longer definition:
A Gun Free Zone is an area defined by people with guns (your government) as space where you, law-abiding citizen, are not allowed to enter unless you agree to disarm yourself (which in effect will horribly lower your ability of self-defense) and in the same time, they do not guarantee your safety.

So, if some psycho will get upset because his favorite “Game of Thrones” character didn’t accept his barbecue invitation, and will decide to enter The Zone and blow your (or someone else’s) brains out, you won’t be able to do anything about it.

Guns don’t scare me. Stupid people with guns scare me.

Some character in “Death Wish” movie.

Examples of
Gun Free Zones:

  • Places where only members of police or military police are allowed to carry firearms.
  • Areas, where it is illegal to carry a permitted concealed handgun.
  • Places that are posted as not allowing licensed concealed handgun.
  • Places where by law permit holders are banned.
  • Places where general citizens are not allowed to obtain permits. Permits are either not issued at all to citizens or to only a small selective segment (so-called may issue laws).

Read the full report on the Crime Prevention Research Center page.

We don’t need gun free zones.

That’s what happens when intended victims refuse to be victims and have lots of firepower… This is NOT a gun free zone.

Scene from “Code of Silence”
Starring Chuck Norris.

This scene was inspired by an actual event in a Chicago bar, owned by a retired Cop and was a Cop hangout in Beverly neighborhood.

Vermont is one of the five safest states in the country. In Vermont, citizens can carry a firearm without getting permission (no state permit is required to possess a rifle, shotgun, or handgun) without paying a fee (no permit is required to purchase a rifle, shotgun, or handgun) or, as of May 14, 2019, without going through any kind of government-imposed waiting period, and yet for ten years in a row, Vermont has remained one of the top-five, safest states in the union.

Gun laws have been proven without question to NOT prevent or reduce crime. Law-abiding gun owners, on the other hand, has been shown to do just that.

Gun free zones are incredibly safe
(for criminals)

So, ladies and gentlemen, live your lives as usual but don’t forget to carry your “Dirty Harry Gear.”

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