Accidential deaths due to fire arms clocks in under gravity. But we're talking about guns on campus and how they can raise the danger of others on campus. If it didn't happen on campus, you got nothing. Less you are now expanding how you want this to be restricted. Because oh yeah, some guy in a fraternity may have a gun so we should ban all fraternity members from being able to have guns because maybe, possibly, it could be that one day, someday he will accidently shoot himself or someone else.
Can you not see that as an improper argument. He must do something before you can argue for government force. So he shot himself, Dawinism in action. But you can't restrict EVERYONE's rights based on the relatively few number of accidential shootings.
yes, we know they are going to happen. Where they happen means very little. But, no, we don't have to wait for them to happen. We can take existing knowledge and be proactive. We can anticipate based on the things we do know.
When I think is explained as to why I think, it is a little more. I disagree that we have to wait for the event. Now, it will happen sooner or later, but there is no need to wait for it. We can have foresight.And as I said, proper restriction is one thing. But proper comes with proof and data. Not "I think"s and "I believe"s. Get some numbers, prove your point. Otherwise all you're arguing for is the use of government force against the rights and liberties of the individual based on your bias and assumptions.