Two people in North Dakota lost their lives. Out of the fifty states, The Brady Campaign rates North Dakota fourty-fourth in gun control laws.
- “No state restriction on the sale or possession of military-style semiautomatic assault weapons. Assault weapons are as easy to buy as hunting rifles.”
- “No state requirement that handgun buyers obtain a handgun license or undergo any type of safety training prior to buying a handgun.”
- “No state requirement that gun owners register their firearms. Police do not know how many guns are in the state or where they are.”
- “No state restriction on the sale of Saturday night specials or “junk” handguns.”
- “The state does allow the use of deadly force as a first resort in public. This dangerous law permits the average citizen to bypass our entire justice system by permitting him or her to assume the role of police officer, prosecutor, judge, and executioner.”
That should be on the recruiting literature. “Come to North Dakota, where assault weapons are as easy to buy as hunting rifles.”
My goodness. People just running around with guns, oblivious to what they are holding.
Like that’s a bad thing…
“Junk” is gun grabber code for “affordable.”
Deadly force is authorized as a first response…IN PUBLIC! Another line in the brochure.
Two people were murdered in North Dakota last year. They were stabbed.
According to this graph, a little more than fifty percent of North Dakotans own a gun. Half the state’s population…nobody shot.
For the record, Washington, D.C. has some of the strictest gun laws in the country and the fewest legal gun owners. Guess where they stand in number of homicides with a firearm. They are #1.