Who is more likely to shoot you, an NRA member or a member of the Crips?
The primary difference between these two groups is culture. NRA members tend to be law-and-order types, whereas Crips (or members of any garden variety American street gang) are rather indifferent or openly hostile to laws.
It is the adherence to a social norm – in this case, obeying or not obeying the law – that influences one’s probability to act violently, which in tern (sic) means using a gun to commit unilateral violence (e.g., not self-defense). . . .
Read the rest of this at GunFacts.Info by Guy Smith, and while you are there take a look at his other research.