I hope this is the right forum for this question. Feel free to move it, if it isn't.
I'm having a discussion with a group and they are quacking about the Empire State Building tragedy. Of course it is tragic, yet their point is that banning guns would have solved it.
As part of my rebuttal, I want to quote some stats I recall, listing the relative number of deaths caused by various means, to point out the greater danger from other devices, as compared to guns. I can't find the source of this, but I know that someone here will have a link.
My memory is telling me that there is a table with the number per capita of murders caused by guns, blunt objects, cars, drowning, etc, and it also rebuts the DOJ stats by showing the difference between 'deaths' and murders.
Can anyone help me source this? I've searched Google and the NRA/ILA site to no avail, so far.