A group of university professors “studied” “gun violence” “groups” and “found” that they were “really pretty moderate”:
The researchers spent two years studying national and regional gun violence prevention groups and concluded they are motivated to reduce death and injury by firearms, but that they want to do so while reserving the right to own guns, said Aimee Huff, assistant business professor, and Michelle Barnhart, associate marketing professor.
And one of the conclusions?
This philosophy has allowed gun violence prevention groups to gain ground on both the legislative level and in public opinion, the researchers hypothesized.
It probably has – in places like Connecticut and California, where victim disarmament groups actually are closer to the center…