And yet no matter how big a facthammer you cosh them over the head with, they will still go right on believing them.
Baseball Bats and Hammers Do Not Kill More People Than Guns
Why do people keep saying they do?
By Brian Palmer|Posted Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013, at 1:54 PM ET
Those statistics are for intentional killings only. What about accidental deaths? According to data from the CDC, 606 people were killed in gun accidents in 2010. The number of people accidentally killed by any piece of sporting equipment was 18. Four people were killed by nonpowered hand tools such as hammers.