Another study that suggests you are more likely to be a victim of violence if you own firearms than if you don't have a gun in the home.
With no opportunity to have a control group, these kind of studies have no significance other than to provide academics a chance for grant money.
But don't compare the stated 31,000 firearm deaths per year with the number of accidental deaths due to medical errors (225,000).
Or the higher suicide rates in gun-banning Japan.
Or the benefits of firearm ownership.
But do state: "The researchers say restricting access may effectively prevent injury." But don't add that tools used in some of those injuries would statically be switched to knives, clubs, baseball bats, cars, etc.