Local Town in Georgia Requires Every Household to Own a Gun

by Admin on March 9, 2018

Local authorities in Kennesaw, Georgia, commented on the matter that it might be local law to own a gun but it is not mandatory. The law was enacted in 1982 as a crime deterrent. The town of 33,000 has only had one murder and a “violent crime rate below 2%” in the past six years.

However, no correlation between the gun law and low crime rate has been made. The enactment of the law was more of a statement to the town of Morton Grove, Illinois who had banned gun ownership within their city limits.

Authorities commented that the relationship with the community might be more of the reason why there is a low crime rate in the town. They also explain that guns are strictly kept at home; it’s not “shootouts down the street”.

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Local Town in Georgia Requires Every Household to Own a Gun
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Local Town in Georgia Requires Every Household to Own a Gun
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Kennesaw, Georgia, has a law that requires households within the city limits to have a gun.
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