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  • No, that doesn't make any sense.

    How would guns have helped at all in that situation? Nobody knew that anything was going to happen until the bombs went off. And even if they did, and if they chose to use a gun, they'd still be shooting somebody... with a bomb. Not to mention how easy it would be to hit the wrong person and/or to cause more chaos in that type of situation.

  • No, that doesn't make any sense.

    How would guns have helped at all in that situation? Nobody knew that anything was going to happen until the bombs went off. And even if they did, and if they chose to use a gun, they'd still be shooting somebody... With a bomb. Not to mention how easy it would be to hit the wrong person and/or to cause more chaos in that type of situation.

  • Guns wouldn't have helped in that situation.

    What would any random citizen have done if they had a gun during the bombings in Boston? There was no clear target, and the bombers were not near the bombs when they went off. Having a gun would have just caused more problems, so getting rid of gun laws is not justified.

  • No, we still need gun safety laws.

    It is so easy to just buy your own gun and pull the trigger, but what if you hit an innocent person? If someone sees another person running toward them, and the individual feeling threatened has a gun, the results could be horrific. It would be easy to shoot first and ask questions later. It would be harder to just react if you have a safety on your gun.


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