Odds and Ends
Armed to immobilize
31 8, 11:14am
you say that use of cars is highly regulated, but number of car-related fatalities in US is still much higher than number of deaths caused by guns (gang violence included, suicides excluded). I expect that difference to be of titanic proportions in EU.
So what you've actually said is that device which (both it's use and it's design) is tightly regulated causes more deaths in absolute numbers or per million of populations. If you include another popular argument that cars are more regulated than guns, then it looks like car control is failing hard to prevent fatalities.
Do you care about absolute number of deaths, some relative number or you're just particularly selective about an implement that was used to kill them?