Countering the Mass Shooter Threat

The  author Michael Martin analyzes data gathered from 48 mass shootings that have occurred since Columbine to determine what can be learned from these tragedies, including whether a reduction in magazine capacity or the banning of any class of firearm, would have changed the outcome.

Martin also looks at whether “gun-free” zones impact the planning of these mass murderers, whether victim response at any mass shooting has made a difference and whether “universal background checks” or other proposals by gun control advocates stand a chance of stemming the current trajectory of these shootings.
Martin summarizes this data with a comprehensive plan designed to eliminate the scourge of these shooters once and for all.