I'm going to be staying in the US, does everyone own a gun there?
- WickmanLv 62 months ago
None of your BIZZNESS, trolley!
BTW, no such thing as privately owned "assault rifles"!
- MarvinLv 72 months ago
You can go for a year and never see a gun. They are far less common than on TV.
Guns are common in most Western countries (Canada, Mexico, Australia, the UK, etc).
- WillieLv 72 months ago
90% of the people have guns and half of them are registered, so be careful who you make mad here in the USA.
- ibu guruLv 72 months ago
The vast majority of Americans never own any gun, not even for hunting. Most gun violence is perpetrated by gang violence, drug dealing & drug users, or domestic violence. Stay out of gang territories & avoid drugs & their dealers.
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- W.T. DoorLv 72 months ago
No, and you need to not believe the hype about firearms in the USA. It is likely the only occasions where you will see a firearm in real life will be when it is carried by a police officer.
Also realize that nearly all of the murders & illegal shootings in the USA each year involve people who know each other and are having a dispute. The number one reason for the disputes is illegal drug trafficking and number two is domestic violence.
- COMPTONLv 72 months ago
if you don't know you don't need to know
- StephenWeinsteinLv 72 months ago
No, only about half the population
- ihavqs2Lv 52 months ago
MOST people in The USA do not own a gun.Source(s): life
- ?Lv 72 months ago
Not everyone, but it kind of depends on where in the US you're going and what kind of situation you're staying in.
- Anonymous2 months ago
I don't think so. I am only aware of two. One collects guns as a hobby and the other only kills rattlesnakes with it. Ten years ago, they asked in the national census if households owned guns, but this time they didn't even ask. Biden made a video urging people to buy shotguns only, not assault rifles.Source(s): Biden Shotgun Video: Vice President Offers Self-Defense Advice | The New York Times