Gun Control Myths Welcome to your Gun Control Myths! This quiz will test your knowledge about gun violence & control laws and their true effectiveness in states and countries that have them. Did you know that:The commonly quoted statistic that you or a family member are more likely to die from a gun in your own home than to kill an intruder is very misleading because it includes suicides? Yes, I knew that!No I didn't know that! Did you know that:Despite having some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation 1 person is shot in Chicago Illinois every 2 hours*? Yes, I knew that No, I didn't know that!The US government has spent 1 trillion dollars of your tax dollars trying to enforce its ban on narcotics to no avail. True False Prohibition (of alcohol) cost the federal government a total of $11 billion in lost tax revenue while costing over $300 million to enforce and led to the rise of violent organized crime groups (like the Mafia) True FalseThe Australian gun 'buy back' program is often touted by gun control activists, however, it wasn't a buyback at all it was forced confiscation with minimal reimbursement. True FalseAfter the Australian gun 'buyback' program homicides in the country actually increased! True FalseDespite it practically being illegal to own a gun in England the country's homicide rate, due to stabbings, has actually increased by 15% including an 11% increase in gun crime! True FalseDespite the fact that California proudly touts its strong gun restrictions it actually has a higher (much higher) violent crime rate per capita than Vermont and New Hampshire which have very few restrictions on firearms. TrueFalseThe police are under no legal obligation to protect you or provide assistance as per several rulings of the Supreme Court True FalseThere's no such thing as 'sensible gun control'. True FalseWhere should we send your results as well as explanations of the correct answers? First name Email Cameron W My name is Cameron and I started this blog To help those who are looking for love and need to defend themselves.