I'm not up on the state of the debate on gun control matters, but I caught the side of one, and the 1988 New England Journal of Medicine study of handguns and crime in Seattle versus Vancouver came up. Is that still a live part of the debate? If it is, I'll do a quick takedown, but if it isn't, I won't bother.
I don't have any emotional objection to living in a country where guns are hard to get, because that's my culture of origin - perhaps I only have the luxury of saying that because I live in low-crime NH. But I do object to living in a country where people abuse facts to get what they want.