Essay on Gun Laws Should Be Stricter Gun Control

723 Words Nov 7th, 2016 3 Pages
Today in America majority of Americans witness shootings in life television or they have experience gun violence in real lives. Research shows when a shooting occurs throughout media more guns are sold than confiscated from those that committed a crime. But opponents will say that the Second Amendment protects those individuals the right to own a gun in the need for self-defense from threats all around the world. In most cases this statement may not be correct since Americans live in a nation where somebody carries some sort of weapon. In most cases the media tells us what to do in a situation where somebody is dead due to gun violence where the government tells us what to do whether we should have stricter gun laws or have more guns being sold to our citizens. These are some of the cases why people in power can never agree with each other to show which one is right and which one is wrong. In most cases people are buying guns out of fear without self-control of themselves. This pattern increases our security at risk where more guns are being sold without knowing who is buying the weapon especially those who have a criminal record. In this nation more guns are sold to those who should not have guns compare to other major countries around the world. This puts our nation in greater risk where we need to have sticker gun control with more background checks including small private gun stories where a responsible gun seller must realize when a person is buying more than a few…

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