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People's 'I Had A Gun Pointed At Me' Experiences
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We have a problem with guns.

Not just America, but humans in general.

Too many lives have been lost.

That's why it's so scary to think about a moment when one is directly pointing at you.

And you lived to tell the tale.

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People Debate What The Worst Weapon Would Be To Bring To The Zombie Apocalypse
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The popularity of zombie films, TV shows, comic books and novels have lead a lot of people to imagine their zombie apocalypse survival strategy.

Where would they live?

What about food and transportation?

Perhaps most important for many people are the weapons they plan to wield.

But some weapons that do just fine pre-apocalypse, are less than useless after.

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People Who Oppose Changing American Gun Laws Share Their Reasoning

"Thoughts and prayers." Those are the two main things doled out immediately in the wake of a mass shooting in the United States.

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People Share Realistic Solutions To The Issue Of Gun Violence In America

America is in a terrible situation.

We are addicted to guns and nobody seems to care.

And nothing seems to get done.

RedditorSpecktakles88wanted to take a serious moment to ask:

"What, in your opinion, is a realistic solution to gun violence in the United States?"
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People Debate What It Will Actually Take To Stop Mass Shootings In America
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Most Americans are still reeling from the recent shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

Perhaps the only thing more horrifying, is that it was the 27th school shooting to happen in the United States in 2022.

And even worse, at least eight further mass shootings occurred in the wake of Robb Elementary.

Though far too many of our most prominent politicians refuse to acknowledge it, gun violence is a systemic problem which seems to be uniquely American.

A problem which politicians seem unwilling to even try to solve.

Redditor hostofanimus was curious to hear from his fellow Redditors what they think it would finally take to finally put an end to mass shootings in the USA, leading them to ask:

"What will it take for it to stop mass shootings in America?"
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