Problems Of Gun Control

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In the modern era, firearm usage and sales have proposed a major threat. New tactics and policies have been instituted, but with little positive gain. These “Gun Control” policies have caused more harm than gain among the American people. These policies have had minimal success in obtaining there instituted goals.Gun control is irrelevant and cannot obtain its purpose due too the facts that gun control can never completely eliminate and eradicate firearm violence, gun control institutes irrelevant policies, and gun control shows results opposing its purpose of reducing firearm crime rates, contrary to popular belief.
Gun Control can never fully eliminate crime and violence involving firearms.Though new implementations in firearm control have
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Most of these institutions have been illogical and easily bypassed. In example, multiple states have pushed for magazine size limits of 10 rounds. As was shown in the San Bernadino attack, the gunman easily bypassed this law by enlisting the use of a “bullet button”. This allows for the shooter to install a magazine with a higher round capacity. There have been more irrelevant policies suggested. In the state of conneticut, “House Bill 5112 requires the state to make the names and addresses of 170,000 Connecticut handgun owners public.”(Eight most dangerously dumb...). This bill would have no positive outputs and was completely irrelevant. Another prime example of these irrelevant policies, in Missouri “House Bill 545, introduced by Rep. Rory Ellinger (D-University City in mid-February, would require gun owners to hand over their legally purchased so-called “assault weapons” to “the appropriate law enforcement agency for destruction” within 90 days of the bill being signed into law.”(Eight most dangerously dumb...). These policies show no positive outcome, nor do they succeed in aiding gun controls

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