+1. This is probably the biggest factor.bigtaco said:yeah really. i think that can be directly attributed to adrenaline. i've seen the same thing in wildlife.
Ya, and more kids die EACH from natural disasters, poisoning, falling, suffication, fire/burning, and motor vehicle accidents every year, too. Seems to me our priorities are a bit off if we rabidly going after the thing that is responsible for only 1.6% of child deaths per year. Also, 19.9% more homicides per year are committed with feet, fists, and hands than with firearms - how do we license/confiscate/ban those?socofn said:I still amazing me that people want to ban guns and there are more kids that drown in swimming pools every year than die from accidental shootings. Jayson
Reminds me of a popular saying in the Old West: "God created men; Colonel Colt made them equal."without guns, big dudes rule the world. with their fists. and the physically weaker person is automatically at a disadvantage in any confrontation.