I’m going to do a little more research on this.
Things to think about
-Switzerland maintains an army militia.
-Rounds are inspected and regulated to make sure no unauthorized use of weapons take place.
-To buy a gun from an individual, no permit is needed, but the seller is expected to establish a reasonable certainty that the purchaser is legit… The participants in such a transaction are required to prepare a written contract detailing the identities of both vendor and purchaser, the weapon’s type, manufacturer, and serial number.
In short.. the comparison between us and them is not a fair one.
Things to be wrong about
- everything in your post
First of all, no one compared us to them, this image is just making the point that Switzerland’s “give everyone a gun” idea, is working.
Everyone HAVING a gun cuts down on the amount of gun violence because who the hell is going to rob someone who they know owns a gun? The government may run checks on ammo usage, but I’m sure self-defense is a perfectly justified use of a few rounds.
Is that your childish takeaway? Dude go play in traffic…