me thinks that you have missed the major point,Nattu wrote: ↑Thu Dec 31, 2020 2:15 pmNPB isn't PB
As per the 2014 statistics 500 out of 3600 gun shot deaths were by licensed guns. How many of these 500 deaths were due to NPB - .22lr to .380 ACP- guns? Considering that these guns are practically non-lethal, unless the shooter was a marksman or the victim very unlucky, the deaths were likely caused overwhelming by PB guns. It is therefore irrational to treat NPB guns on the same footing as PB guns. These guns aren't effective for self defence, not fit for sports, and no good against wild animals in the field. Why make these as conditions for license? Make good antecedents and training in usage as sufficient for issue of license for NPB guns.
which is all weapons can kill or wound. cal is not a factor
NPB and PB is only a legal classification, and does not refer to wounding or killing done by it.
guns NPB or PB by its design is to harm.
its the holder of arms/tools moral character and condition of the heart detriments the nature of it use.
no law can change the condition of the human heart.