The nation of Brazil doesn’t have close to the same gun rights we do. Yet their rights are a lot closer to ours than they were a few years ago. In recent years, laws have been changed to increase the number of lawful gun owners. Since the South American nation was having some serious issues with violent crime.
It seems those new laws may have done some good.
The gun owners of Brazil are proclaiming victory these days. Private gun ownership, once tightly restricted in Latin America’s largest country, has grown at least sixfold in the four years since President Jair Bolsonaro began relaxing the rules.