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  • Assault Rifles Should Be Banned

    Why should assault rifles be banned? why should assault rifles be banned. They are made to get more rounds off at a time. They are not the cause of all murders they are also used to do sport shooting. Assault rifles should not be banned because they are used for sport shooting and are used to show off. In my opinion i don't think they should because they're used for more than just killing and murders and war. Nationally assault weapons were used in 1.4 percent of crimes involving firearms and 0.25 persent of all violent crime before the enactment of any national or state assault weapons ban. Assault rifles are inaccurate. They say assault rifles are military guns and and are used for war.In 2009, 49 police officers died…

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  • Should Personal Assault Weapons Be Banned

    PERSONAL OWNERSHIP OF ASSAULT WEAPONS BE BANNED? Do you own a personal Rifle?. I feel that personal rifles should be banned by the government and no longer be sold to anyone. Personal ownership of assault weapons can be dangerous when placed in the wrong hands. They should also be banned because it’s increases day by day spreading like a disease across the world. Crime rates are increasing rather decreasing due to the spread of personal assault weapons. Firstly, personal assault…

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  • Gun Control Debate Report

    On December second, 2015, two heavily armed terrorists, one male one female, entered the San Bernardino Inland Regional Center and in a matter of minutes, they left 14 dead and 22 seriously injured. They used two semi automatic assault rifles (chambered in .223, a popular hunting round) and two 9mm handguns. This event and countless others mass shootings are the more recent events stirring up the gun control debate. "So obviously, we need strong sensible gun control, and I will support it, but…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Hate Crimes In The United States

    the government’s radar. The true problem is who the government allows selling these guns. Even though there are a policy and process on buying guns, pawn shops sell these guns to anyone who has the cash. “As 2016 rolls to an end, there are no federal laws that ban semiautomatic assault weapons, military-style .50 caliber rifles, or large capacity ammunition clips, which leads to the possible lethality a firearm has increasing” (Masters). Even though the federal government prohibited assault…

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  • Narrative Essay About Being Afghanistan

    Afghanistan: There were many challenges in the military but I am choosing to write about one scenario that made me realize what type of person I am. Even though I had struggle all through school, I was surprisingly good at being a Marine. Once I finished my first year in the military my parents grew to be pretty comfortable with the idea of me being in the corps. I think it is because they saw that I was finally growing up. In the Marine Corps they do not care about excuses and they definitely…

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  • Essay On Army Counterintelligence

    The Army Counterintelligence field first began in 1942 as the Army Counter Intelligence Corps. Army CI has undergone many changes in the last 74 years since then. Some of the time, changes were made with the intention of furthering the successes of Army CI. Other times, changes were made to prevent shortfalls that were identified through previous failures. All in all, there are many things right with the Army CI and there are many things wrong. My intention is to identify one of the…

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  • John Diciulio Case

    and municipalities can supplement. Federal regulations require all gun owners, who must be at least eighteen-years of age, to obtain a license that includes a background check and a public safety course. Modern Canadian gun laws have also been driven by prior gun violence. In December 1989, a disgruntled student walked into a Montreal engineering school with a semi-automatic rifle and killed fourteen students and injured over a dozen others. The incident is widely credited with driving…

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  • Why Is Airsoft Better Than Paintball

    Airsoft is better than paintball Have you ever played airsoft? Well you should. Airsoft is an intense activity were you shoot other people with small projectiles using replicas of real guns. It can be a very intense sport. You can use and/or practice military routines. Airsoft is better than paintball because it's more realistic, it's safer than paintball,and it costs less. Airsoft guns are replicated after real guns. Airsoft guns are replicated after multiple kinds of guns. They replicate guns…

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  • Gun Violence And Gun Control Laws

    It’s a statistic that has been proven since the 80’s. Romesh Ratnesar, a writer for Time Magazine, analyzes the book More Guns, Less Crime: Understanding Crime and Gun Control Laws by John R. Lott, Jr. showing the crime rates from 1977 to 1992. In this span of time, Lott shows how in ten states that passed right-to-carry laws, murder, rape, and aggravated assault went down on average of seven percent. While in the rest of the country without right-to-carry, murders went up 24%, rapes 71%, and a…

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  • Gun Control Laws Pros And Cons

    adults in a Connecticut school before killing himself after the incident. Terrible events like these spark up debates such as whether stricter gun control policies should be implemented or not. Mark Levin stated, “I wish to god she had had an M-4 in her office…” shortly after the shooting in order to show that he believes the shooter could have been stopped earlier. On the other side of the spectrum, Senator Joseph Lieberman explained, “…the stronger our gun control laws are, the fewer acts of…

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