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    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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    Pro Gun Control Many people nationwide feel that the more guns that are in society, the more dangerous our communities will be. In a poll executed in 2005, the results stated that fifty percent of the American public said they thought that armed judges would make courtrooms more dangerous. Likewise, the poll revealed that seventy-three percent of Americans think that schools will be more dangerous if officers on campus were armed (Alters, 2011). A large part of the public views guns as…

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    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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    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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    Picture yourself in a grocery store you’ve been going to your whole life.Seeing the locals who are like family and maybe you’re even with your niece or nephew,or even perhaps your own child. You hear a gun shot and realize theres a shooter in the store.You are unarmed and would do anything and everything to protect those you love. What would you do? Would these moments make you second guess yourself about not carrying?These types of situations show that guns are appropriate in times of need.…

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    “The answer to crime is not gun control, it is law enforcement and self-control”-Alan Keyes. Many people have come to believe that gun control is the solution to all the firearm crimes in America, but haven’t been able to clearly see how its consequences are far worse than what it’s trying to solve. Many people have taken a side on whether it is beneficial and three columnists, in particular, Gail Collins, Nicholas Kristof, and Charles M. Blow, all have stated their opinions on the topic at…

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    Dave That is breaking down that we have the rights as a nation to own a concealed firearm. It has been this way since 1791. That's when this amendment was ratified it never stated that we need a permit or any documentations to own a firearm. Anderson, Dave Today the United States are trying to change the law back to where we have our right to own weapons without a permit which is why many people argue about this topic. Time usually involve firearms and is at its most use when the victim or…

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    greater confidence than armed men.”- Thomas Jefferson. This quote by Thomas Jefferson, a founding father, explains clearly how gun control helps the criminals. Gun Control is where the government restricts what guns you are able to own and/or carry a weapon they see as dangerous. In the court case District of Columbia v. Heller, Justice Breyer states that “DC gun laws are not unreasonable or inappropriate…”(ebscohost.com). That’s not true the 2nd amendment states “A well regulated Militia,…

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    Gun control is a very controversial, complicated, and delicate subject, because it affects a large amount of people in our society, and is full of moral and legal arguments which all must be heard. There are two really strong positions on gun control, pro and con. But views on gun control aren¡¦t that simple, there are many views that branch off of pro or con gun control. There isn¡¦t really one source of controversy, but a large group of them. For example, what about hunters and sport/game…

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    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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