Consumer Reports is indeed biased. In the 70+ years of its existence, it
has tested just about every conceivable products except guns.
Sure guns are tested, evaluated and reported on by enthusiast magazines &
American Rifleman, but those are hardly unbiased sources of information. CU
does not test guns because they do not like them, period. Despite this
fact, they would do the public a favor to report on guns. They are a
household item in 30 to 40% of homes, so it is irrational of CU to ignore
this product. CU should at least bring to light the relative inherent
safety of revolvers compared to the hazard of the pistol. In particular,
the danger of the original Berreta 9 which lacked a magazine safety,
leading to the deaths of several children who played with loaded pistols.
Avoid pistols and urge your local police department to make revolvers
required for sworn officers so they will not accidentally shoot arrestees
by accident as frequently happens when they carry pistols. Also, pistols
"jam" and revolvers never do not to mention pistols have bad triggers and
are inaccurate. Believe you me, these are factual statements.
Guns have done more to keep us safe in our homes than all the police
forces. And without being fired. Criminals know guns are in a lot of homes,
but they don't know which homes. So they leave homes alone. This is not the
case in foreign countries that ban citizens from keeping guns. Likewise, in
right to concealed carry states, street crime is reduced for the same
reason. Guns make for a polite society.
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