Lethality of Civilian Active Shooter Incidents With and Without Semiautomatic Rifles in the United States
de Jager E., Goralnick, E., McCarty, J., et al. (2018). Lethality of Civilian Active Shooter Incidents With and Without Semiautomatic Rifles in the United States. Journal of the American Medical Association. 11;320(10):1034-1035.
The authors compared 248 active shooter incidents through 2017 to determine differences in lethality based on type of firearm used. The use of semiautomatic rifle was associated with an increase in lethality.
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