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Various gun cultures deal differently with crime.

Jan. 21, 2011

The recent shooting in Tucson sparked national conversation about the availability of guns in the U.S. In our occasional series Here, There, we examine gun culture in two very different places: The Swiss love their guns and hunting clubs, but gun violence is extremely low; In South Korea, the government heavily regulates firearms, but there are only 178,000 registered guns in a country of 50 million. And Film Contributor Milos Stehlik of Facets Multi-media waxes philosophical about the movie industry's historic love affair with guns.