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  • Pro Gun Control

    Gun control causes a lot of violence and crime in the U.S., there needs to be more restrictions. Make it harder for Americans to purchase handguns, but can carry them as concealed weapons for protection. In the last year, ten thousand seven hundred and twenty eight people died from getting shot by a handgun(Gun-Control Dishonesty). Handguns should only be for protection, not because you want to kill someone. The second amendment states that it is your right to bear arms(Gun Control Costing States). Bear arms means you can carry firearms. My family and I own guns and we use them for protection, and sometimes we go to the range for fun to shoot. Shooting guns is a competitive sport, so it can be good and bad. It’s just people don’t need to be carrying them around to be…

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  • Pros And Not Gun Control

    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…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Gun And Gun Control

    Gun control is a controversial topic to be talked about considering the pros and cons that come along with it. The pros being the control of having a gun in order to have a sense of protection, our right to bear arms and less death rates. On the other side cons being restricting a person to their own personal safety and diminishing personal hobbies such as hunting, and job related activities by not having guns being allowed at all. Guns come with responsibility and consequences that can occur if…

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  • Gun Control Pros

    Gun Control How does a person live and survive without a gun? In the founding centuries of America, people survived by killing animals with weapons for food. If there was no creation of a gun then it would have set American ancestor back. According to the article, America has carried on the tradition of owning a gun because an article states that there are 88.8 guns per 100 people and there is a total of 270,000,000 guns in the U.S., which is the most per capita in the world. Also 22% of…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Pro Gun Control

    Pro Gun Control Part One Remember the recent mass shooting of 2016 in a Gay Nightclub in Orlando, Florida? What about the shooting in San Bernardino, California by a married couple? According to LA Times, there has been 10 major mass shooting in the United States since 2012 to present time. Gun control is a hot topic considering the happenings of several recent tragic mass shooting in the United States. Therefore, it means it tends to divide people, and this is evident on how the citizens of US…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Gun Control

    Gun control, known as the laws, policies, and regulations regarding the usage and manufacturing of guns, in the modern world, seems to be one of the most vexed issues in society. Pertaining to gun control in America, this issue arises in the Second amendment, referred to colloquially as “the right to bear arms”. Many people believe that the right to have and use guns is ensured by the constitution, additionally claiming that the usage of guns is a mechanism for self-defense. Allowing access to…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Gun Control

    The Gun Control Act of 1968 prohibited the sale of guns to several types of individuals consisting of minors, people with criminal records, disabled, illegal aliens, dishonorably discharged military personnel and others. In 1993 the Act was changed by the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act. This Act said that background checks for all unlicensed carriers had to be done before they could purchase any firearms from a licensed dealer. However, there has been discussion that there is a “gun show…

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  • Laws And Controls: The Pros And Cons Of Gun Control

    Gun control is a topic most American citizens do not like to debate about, but Ted Nugent a former singer and songwriter is not afraid of the topic. He is also a gun owner and supports gun owners’ rights. He claims if a country had a place where all responsible gun owner citizens lived there would be no crime, and if people mixed them with irresponsible gun owners who used guns for crime and harm that there would be a lot of crime. He explains in his own opinion, how it is a violation of our…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Gun Control In Schools

    Gun control has been an issue that is discussed in schools, political debates and is always a basis for anyone running for the presidential office. Should teachers and faculty be allowed to carry firearms in schools to protect the students? There are always two sides to the issue. Digging deeper on both sides of the issue and to find good clear reasoning is important in order to decide what is right, not just to agree with a political parties opinion. I plan on setting my own views aside on this…

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  • Pro And Cons Of Gun Control

    infringed”.There have been plenty of debates on trying to ban all guns in the U.S. There are thousands of laws and regulations in the country that attempt to contain and regulate the use of firearms. No evidence has suggested that gun control regulations established by Congress and the White House have so far been effective. Congress enacted the first three attempts into regulating the spread and abuse of guns with the banning of mail-order handgun sales 1927. Followed by the National firearms…

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