Armed resistance to crime: the prevalence and nature of self-defense with a gun

@article{Kleck1995ArmedRT,
  title={Armed resistance to crime: the prevalence and nature of self-defense with a gun},
  author={G. Kleck and Marc G. Gertz},
  journal={Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology},
  year={1995},
  volume={86},
  pages={150-187}
}
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