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Gun 'Super Owners': Tiny Niche Possesses Half of US Firearms

Newsmax Wednesday, 21 September 2016 ()
Gun "super owners," with an average arsenal of 17 weapons, comprise about three percent of American adults and possess half of the firearms in the country, according to an unpublished Harvard survey obtained by news media.
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The changing portrait of gun ownership in America 02:18

As the percentage of overall US gun owners shrinks, their piles of guns are growing, with half of all guns owned by 3% of Americans – as gun ‘super-owners’ have amassed an average of 17 guns each. Meanwhile, the gender gap in gun ownership is shrinking.

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