Pros And Not Gun Control

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Gun control can go both ways. Either you completely support guns, or are utterly against them. There is an in between, but that does not really matter in this case, mostly because the in between people most likely do not care. In the many articles that I have read, it seems there are more people for the ban of guns rather than letting them just go around and be easily bought like they are now. I will bring up the pros and cons of having and not having guns. What America would be like if we did not have any guns at all, and what the critics have to say about both sides of the argument. The biggest pro I have seen so far is that gun control deters crime. Being able to carry a gun with you at all times makes most people feel safer than not having the weapon on them. The chance of a woman …show more content…
If you ever talk to a true “country” man that hunts all the time, and you try to say something negative about his guns, he will immediately get defensive and argue about all the reasons why guns should be “totally legal” and that “every person should have the right to bear arms” as the second amendment states. Not saying that is how all of them are, but at least the ones I have talked to about gun control. Probably because that is how they are raised from a very young age.
“ It 's a disparity made all the more striking by the fact that 74 percent of the women we polled believe that men have a different mindset about guns than they do. Many attributed this to the fact that men are made more comfortable with guns from an early age, from toys to hunting, and that women aren 't as often exposed.” (DePrang, 2016)
In this passage it explains why women are probably so different from men when it comes to gun laws. Boys grew up running around in their backyard chasing each other and playing cowboy with their toy guns. They, as said above, are more intune with guns, more than

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