Gun Injuries Go Down During NRA Conventions, Study Says – TIME

Gun injury rates go down by 20% during NRA conventions, according to a new study from Harvard researcher Anupam Jena.

Gun injuries fall during NRA conventions, study says – KPRC

During National Rifle Association annual conventions, when about 80,000 gun owners spend a few days focused on seminars, events and meetings, America seems to be safer, new research suggests.

Gun injuries fall during NRA conventions, study says

During National Rifle Association annual conventions, when about 80,000 gun owners spend a few days focused on seminars, events and meetings, America seems to be safer, new research suggests.

Gun injuries fall during NRA conventions, study says – WKTV

Gun-related injures go down by 20% during NRA conventions, new research shows. The NRA calls the findings “absurd” and says the numbers “simply don’t add up”

Gun injuries fall during NRA conventions, study says – CNN

Feb 28, 2018 · During NRA annual conventions, when about 80,000 gunowners gather for seminars, events and meetings, America seems to be safer, new research suggests.

Gun injuries go down by 20% during NRA conventions

Here’s a fascinating finding: When the NRA holds its annual convention, the national rate of gun injuries goes down temporarily by 20%– seemingly because the 80,000-odd attendees are hanging out

Gun injuries fall during NRA conventions, study says – KIMT

During National Rifle Association annual conventions, when about 80,000 gun owners spend a few days focused on seminars, events and meetings, America seems to be safer, new research suggests. More specifically, the rate of firearm-related injuries when NRA members gather en masse falls by 20%

Gun Injuries Drop During NRA Conventions, Study Says

Feb 28, 2018 · Injury rates in areas close to the conventions dropped by around 50%, Jena says. Jena, who says he has no strong political stance on gun ownership , maintains that the study is neither anti-NRA

All Talk, No Bolt-Action: Gun Injuries Drop During NRA

All Talk, No Bolt-Action: Gun Injuries Drop During NRA Conventions. A study pokes holes in the idea that experienced firearm users are less likely to injure themselves

When NRA members attend their convention, ER doctors see

Feb 28, 2018 · A man examines a weapon at the National Rifle Assn.’s annual meeting in Indianapolis in 2014. A new study finds that gun injuries drop 20% while the NRA is holding its convention.