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2010 Oregon FBI firearm checks - 184,835
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March 2012 - 25,401
April 2012 - 20,442
May 2012 - 16,915
June 2012 - 17,331
July 2012 - 16,380
August 2012 - 18,294
September 2012 - 20,203
October 2012 - 19,989
November 2012 - 27,133 (new record)
December 2012 - 44,246 (new record)
January 2013 - 33,335
February 2013 - 30,190
March 2013 - 28,021
April 2013 - 23,657
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"The right to “bear” as distinct from the right to “keep” arms is unlikely to
refer to the home. To speak of “bearing” arms within one’s home would at
all times have been an awkward usage. A right to bear arms thus implies
a right to carry a loaded gun outside the home. "
7th Circuit Court, Dec 11, 2012
"When a robbery victim does not defend himself, the robber succeeds 88
percent of the time, and the victim is injured 25 percent of the time.
When a victim resists with a gun, the robbery success rate falls to 30
percent, and the victim injury rate falls to 17 percent. No other
response to a robbery – from drawing a knife to shouting for help to
fleeing – produces such low rates of victim injury and robbery success."
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