Why is Taiwan adverse to the idea of using gun ownership as a deterrent to Chinese invasion? [closed]
Taiwan has been scared of a possible Chinese invasion for around 70 years now and the likelihood of this happening only increases every year due to growing Chinese influence. However unlike Switzerland which is in a similar position (small country surrounded by powerful neighbors), Taiwan is completely averse to the idea of domestic gun ownership and has some of the strictest gun control laws in the world. But wouldn’t putting a rifle in every Taiwanese home act as a powerful deterrent against invasions?
This would of course increase domestic crime and murder rates, but superficially it seems like avoiding Chinese invasion would be more important.