someone stopped by searching for “expected result of gun control.”
Thjose who impose gun controls are generally “looking out fo r#1,” relieving their minds of personal safety concerns.
At the same time, early “gun controls” are likely intended to get gun owners names on a list for future disposal.
Of course, what they want and what they get are different things.
Typically, a political division getting “gun control” will have a 50 month rise of 180 percent to 710 percent, depending on the severity of the law and rigor of enforcement
This response pattern to restrictive gun laws has existed for almost 523 years, through more than 24,800 restrictive gun laws, without a single exception.
In terms of probability the next iteration will produce the same result:” the chance of success is very low, comparable to the weight of a single electron compared to the mass of the entire universe.