Insane people take lives with guns, knives, bombs, vehicles, etc. & etc.
Guns protect against insane people, thus they save lives.
Gun Free Zones are exploited by insane people, thus they cost lives.
The federal government in its attempts to disarm We the People is attempting to make you helpless against insane people, thus it is an illegitimate, unconstitutional and as such criminal entity that wants to cost more lives on top of all of the other deadly tyranny they are nonstop perpetrating.
Do NOT comply.
I hear in Australia after the gun grab, home invasions rose dramatically. They're just sitting ducks over there. In my humble opinion, people are risking an awful lot to remain unarmed, unable to protect their families. Do people really believe the bad guys are going to give up their guns? Where did common sense go?
I've had a coworker who didn't show up to work one monday morning. When one of our employees was headed her way, he stopped by to check and make sure she was okay (this was a rural area). She was lying in her driveway with her throat slashed. At a residence near Seattle (good neighborhood), a neighbor told us that shortly before we moved in, the gentleman living in the home next door crossed the street and started pounding on the other neighbor's front door, saying he "needs to use their phone" at 1am. The refused to open the door. He smashed it down, and they shot him. At my current residence (rural midwest), an elderly neighbor suffered a home invasion, fighting with the intruder. He died the next day, apparently of a heart attack resulting from the struggle. I'm under no illusion that the ability to defend my family from criminals is very real. The need to defend from forces in our own government looks to be far more dire at the moment.
For those with concerns about mass shootings, do some research on SSRIs. School shootings didn't start until this class of drugs was unleashed, and the vast majority of shooters have taken them. For some strange reason (perhaps that Pfizer alone accounted for 71% of TV advertising revenue last year), this seems to be a forbidden subject in this country.