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#2 - Or come to Canada, where stabbings are more popular than shoot…  [+] (5 replies) 06/22/2016 on A Gun Free America +6
#13 - anon (06/22/2016) [-]
Aren't you eight times more likely to survive a stabbing than you are a shooting though? I understand that violence can never be fully erased, but surely if you have to choose between two types of violent crime, you should choose the one that has the lower chance of killing the victim.
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#25 - airmechanic (06/22/2016) [-]
It's about where you are shot, or stabbed. A gunshot to the leg is much less likely to be fatal than a knife in the eye socket. It's about how they hit you, not what with that determines fatality. Besides I chose self defense over surrender.
#30 - anon (06/22/2016) [-]
And statistically soesking what is more likely? A gunshot wound being fatal or a stabb wound being fatal? We have data you can't just throw your hands up and claim "well it depends".
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#32 - airmechanic (06/23/2016) [-]
Where is this data? And wheres did this "eight times more likely to survive a stabbing than you are a shooting" come from? And the likelihood of a fatal event does depend on exactly what I said, where the victim was hit. Get shot in the hand? Probably not fatal. Stabbed in the chest? Probably a lot more life threatening. It does depend. It's not a game where a weapon does a fixed amount of damage, it's all about placement.
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#29 - gepgeckodile (06/22/2016) [-]
You can survive anything if you try hard enough.
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