Essay on Gun Ownership And Gun Control

1299 Words Dec 17th, 2015 null Page
The idea of gun control is to create more regulations on how we can own, distribute, carry, or buy firearms in our country. Certain events or attacks that have caused harm to other people have made gun control a favorable thing by some people that think guns are what cause this. But Because of our second amendment right, gun possession actually increases safety, and less gun control means less crime, gun control is a negative thing for this country. 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. This is what the second amendment of the United States reads. The right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed, meaning that technically the government shouldn’t be able to ever totally restrict gun ownership. Although, mainly the democrats, are finding ways to get around this. They don’t want to take our guns away totally, because they can’t, they want to use restrictions that can make owning certain guns very hard. For example, the AR15 semi automatic “assault” rifles have become very expensive along with the ammunition for it. A brand new AR15 is hard to find under $600 and the good or popular ones cost well over $1000. The ammo costs about $10 for 20 rounds which can be used up in a couple of minutes. Other than that, there are regulations on clip size which differs how many bullets you are allowed to be loaded into a single clip. But, because of our second…

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