The title of this thread is
"States with strict gun laws found to have fewer shooting deaths'
You cited two references. The first for the JAMA said this:
"The real question is not about the number of firearm laws but whether the laws ultimately safeguard the citizens they are intended to protect. Although multiple studies have examined the relationship between federal and state firearm laws and homicide and suicide rates, the overall association between firearm legislation and firearm mortality is uncertain and remains controversial."
So actually, you are showing a reference in direct conflict with the article on which the thread is based.
My post said that Texas and Florida had fewer shooting deaths per capita than the national average.
Your second source showed deaths vs gun ownership, not vs gun laws.
Bottom line is you think I am a liar, but I know you are a idiot.