A shooter in Buffalo, New York, believed that the safest place for him to carry out his attack was a gun-free zone. In a manifesto, he recommended others select places with no opposing forces. I discuss this in an article on USA Carry, which questions the effectiveness of gun-free zones.
In 2019, Texas passed legislation making it easier for law-abiding citizens to protect themselves in more areas. Despite calls for more gun regulations, the article suggests that enforcing existing laws and arming oneself with training is a more effective solution.
The article on USA Carry highlights the need for a different approach to preventing gun violence rather than relying solely on gun-free zones. It suggests that enforcing existing laws and providing training for law-abiding citizens to protect themselves may be more effective.
For more information, check out USA Carry.