Gun Controls And Gun Control Essay

1137 Words May 10th, 2016 5 Pages
Since the beginning of the United States there has always been the big two, Anti Gun Control and Gun Control. They have battled head to head in the court of law making for some of the biggest showdowns of the last few centries. For some reason many people are against the ownership of guns, whether they believe it would make the community safer or they are just scared of them in general. On the other hand others are very enthusiastic of the right to own guns and believe that putting guns in the hands of people who know how to properly use them can make the community a safer place. Owning a gun is one of the fundamental rights that the U.S. constitution and it itself are built upon. It is the people 's right to behold the second amendment to own a gun and know how to properly use one.

The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."(Second Amendment). Over the years people have interpreted this statement by our forefathers in many different ways. One view states that the people have the ability to own guns and also be a part of a militia. The other view states that it is only intended for militias of the states and the people do not have the right to personally own a gun. There are many different views and problems that each side has with it and that is why it is such a hot topic.

One large problem that…

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