U.S. Crime Rates

And how those rates climbed after unconstitutional ‘gun control laws’:

Important note: The number of background checks does not equate to the number of firearms sold. As multiple guns; both Long Guns, and Hand Guns, can be purchased during a NICS background check).

The statistics from the chart were gathered from the Disaster Center. To which were added the last two columns on the right. Which contain information concerning U.S. gun law enactment periods. As well as crime rate variances, and finally; N.I.C.S., (National Instant Criminal Background Check), numbers,

As it is plain to see, crime rates started a dramatic rise after the 1968 Gun Control Act. During the years 1981-84 crime rates either leveled out or dropped. From 1985-91 the overall crime rate again rose sharply. During the year 1992 the crime rates again leveled. While in 1993 most crime rates had fallen. Which fails to explain the justification for the Unconstitutional “Brady Bill”.

The gun control laws which were unconstitutionally passed have also had an effect on Firearm sales in the United States. According to National Shooting Sports Foundation, (NSSF), and FBI NICS records:

Firearms sales have increased by 54.1% between 2002-2011. Thus making the claim by John Lott in his book; “More Guns, Less Crime”, a statistical FACT.

‘Gun Control laws’ also seem to be providing an impetus for increased firearms sales. Which is hardly what the ‘gun control’ crowd desired, I’m sure. That is of course, unless they are stock holders in firearms related businesses….