[8] Kleck, op. cit., pp. 127-129; and Wright, Rossi, Daly, op. cit., pp. 128-154. Studies on defensive uses of firearms which document high ratios of household gun accidents to either dead burglars or homicide victims did not definitively establish whether any gun accident which had occured was in connection with a defensive use, or if the weapon involved was actually used for defensive purposes. None of these studies document any empirical evidence relating to the issue under discussion, i.e., does owning a firearm deter crime or increase risk to the owner. Unless counts of defensive gun uses are collected together with estimates of the number of defensive uses which prevented completion of crimes or may have resulted in injury, this question remains unanswered.