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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Gary Kleck
"Probably the more experience you get with a gun, the more likely you are to engage in private transactions," said Gary Kleck, a criminology professor at Florida State University. "If you survey only first-time buyers, it will overestimate the number that goes to a gun store. I would not generalize [to] everyone who's bought a gun."
Mr. Kleck notes that not a single referenced study has concluded that increased numbers of licensed citizens carrying firearms has increased crime.