Gun Restrictions Vs Gun Control

970 Words 4 Pages
crime victims if the law enforced is only being complied by one entity, the law-abiding citizen themselves. Gun restrictions are implemented to stop criminal from obtaining guns, but when guns are bought illegally, gun control implementation is not functioning and only effect the crime victims. The problems from both the pro-gun and anti-gun entity do exist, but understand the effects of both side may broaden the knowledge of the effect of stricter gun restrictions law versus looser gun restriction law. In order to determine this, Professor John R. Lott Jr. and David Mustard, a graduate student in economics, analyzed FBI’s data to justify the outcome of states that are fore and apposing gun restriction. Professor Lott and David Mustard, …show more content…
The handgun law gained security for both of the gender as murder rates declined, but when the women statistic are viewed separately, the effect of this law benefited the woman intensely. Criminal usually pray on victims who are physically weaker not allowing the woman to defend themselves. By having a conceal-carry weapon, woman are able to defend themselves from stronger criminal to prey on them. The murder rate reduces three to four times more than men when additional woman carry a concealed handgun versus additional man. This finding generated an opposite result from the Brady Law’s effect on crime rates which made is difficult for man with domestic violence background to obtain guns in-which was implemented to reduce crime against women(Lott, n.d.). With this amazing result using factual data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the finding of concealed handguns committing violent crimes are small as …show more content…
Even the people who are against guns should take the initial step to teach what a firearm is and how to operate one. This knowledge gained by a child or an adult may be very beneficial and the main reason is gun safety. The danger of guns are possible, but everything kids or adult explore in life as the potential to be dangerous. But as a parent and a responsible adult, they teach their kids about the danger of playing with fire or drowning in the swimming pool. But yet, when that time approaches, parents let their kids use the stove or enjoy swimming. This comparison may seem outrages, even like comparing oranges to apples. But guns are not going anywhere, not anytime soon. And, when shooting games gained popularity, kids at different ages may be fantasying about the excitement of using a gun and may be getting the wrong impression of weapon and why the American people have the right to carry a gun and how to be responsible

Related Documents