What would there be - 3000?No that is untrue.
what I am saying is there is a black and white starting point to the gun debate:
If America had no guns, there wouldn't be 15,000 gun deaths a year
Unless that fact can be accepted as the starting position, there can be no honest debate.
Game control would then occur by what means? Wasting diseases for wildlife?
There would be about 40-60k fewer deaths a year if alcohol were illegal. I'm still waiting for proof that alcohol is needed rather than preferred to be available.
I don't agree with the fascination that one unintended death is more important than another unintended death across the board. It's fanatical and stupid.