WILLIAMS: -- Eric says, oh, yes, I'm all for it because the bad guys will run in the other direction.
But you know why they did it -- because in n the aftermath of Connecticut, a lot of people think that people with a lot of guns, well, you know what? It's a public safety issue. And you say to yourself, do I want to really live near to a bunch of people who have a bunch of guns, who have an arsenal in the basement?
BOLLING: Where you think is safer?
BOLLING: The area with all the guns or the area with no dots, with no guns?
WILLIAMS: Unlike you, I don't own guns and I feel safer without guns.
BOLLING: New York City has like three dots.
BOLLING: Right? That suburb that they posted had thousands.
TANTAROS: Legal dots.
BOLLING: The one with three dots or the one with thousand dots is more safe than New York City?
WILLIAMS: Obviously not, because the odds are that, Eric, you're going to shoot your wife or the wife shoots you.
WILLIAMS: But I'm just telling you, that's who uses the gun. Or, guess what? Adam Lanza shows up --
BOLLING: No, bad guys.
WILLIAMS: No, no, bad guys. You've got all these fantasies about bad guys. I tell you the bad guys. I wish they had dots for the bad guys who had the guns.
GUILFOYLE: That's the point.
WILLIAMS: In my neighborhood, it's the bad guys with the guns who are intimidating, killing and maiming.
TANTAROS: Juan, you just made my point. Why are gun owners treated the way the sex offenders are? Why do they have to take this data base to monitor them in this nefarious way?
WILLIAMS: Wait a minute. This is the government --
TANTAROS: They are outing them like they have done something wrong. The same way that you get carded if you buy allergy medication. It's a symptom of greater disease.
WILLIAMS: No, no, you have a permit to own a gun. The government says here, so it's freedom of information.
TANTAROS: Can I ask you something? Would you be comfortable with your address outed, if we outed the addresses of --
WILLIAMS: My address is (INAUDIBLE), I don't carry a gun.
TANTAROS: How about writers of The Journal News?
WILLIAMS: Yes. In fact, the guy wrote the article revealed he owns a gun.
WILLIAMS: Look, I don't -- I'm in the phone book. I'm in the newspaper. I don't, I mean, you know, the thing is --
GUILFOYLE: Call me.
WILLIAMS: Thank you. But for all of us -- for all of us, there is a high degree of risk. I mean, one thing that Greg often says on the show that's absolutely true is we're guarded.
WILLIAMS: You know what? People guard us. I mean, that's not the issue. So, it's not that I'm not anti-Second Amendment. I'm just saying, let's be realistic. There is a public safety issue with people having too easy access to guns.
BOLLING: You have it backwards.
WILLIAMS: All right. Thank you.
BOLLING: You have it backwards, if you took the country and did the same thing on the map of the country the safest places to live would be the ones with a lot of dots on it, not the ones with no dots on it.
WILLIAMS: You are wrong.
BOLLING: No, I'm not.
WILLIAMS: You know what? I live in urban America, right? Thirty-four people a day die from gun injuries.
GUTFELD: But you have toughest gun control laws, don't you?