double hunter density of the next state, immense popularity of SA rifles since the “ban” was enacted, deer drives and shooting running targets are the norm, no proposed caliber restrictions, no other state is even in the ball park.
PA has the highest hunter density per square mile, that is established as fact.
If hunter density was a factor in safety/shootings, PA should then have the highest rate of hunting related accidental shootings per hunter. Guess what, it doesn't.
All of your other above "factors" happen in other states too, unless you're again claiming PA hunters are unique in their misbehaviors, to which I'll again ask why and what makes PA hunters different in your mind? What is the cause?
The odds of someone being shot in a hunting accident are extremely low. I’d like to keep it that way. Allowing the most unsafe to have an increased rate of fire does nothing to accomplish that goal.
Again, where is the EVIDENCE to support your hypothesis?
You know, there's a non-zero probability of almost anything happening, right?