Informative Essay: Gun Violence Is A Serious Problem

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Hyuntaek Seo
Mrs. Moore
English
11 Dec 2016
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There’s only one reason people use a gun, to protect themselves and to kill. Many people know having guns are good, useful, and self-protect. The answer is no because has a gun or carrying the gun is three times more dangerous to die than a person lives without a gun. In the United States of America, people carrying the guns in the public and it’s legal. Administrative Control is the best tool they really need/have to fight to curtail gun violence in United Sates of America.
Handguns use almost seventy percent of firearm suicides, and eighty percent of firearm homicides. Guns are made to kill. There are no other reasons why they made it. In the United States of America, usually American
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