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  • Firearms Essay

    you also may have a little guidance from the government, but most decisions are based off you as an individual and your lifestyle. As individuals make decision of what works best for them, there is also an issue of having the right to bear arms, stated in the Bill of Rights, in the second amendment. The second amendment states allows people to have the right to keep and bear arms, and as an individual, I stand on the conservative side to do so, rather than a liberal thinker, who believes in authorities being the only ones to bear arms and protect individuals. As a conservative agreeing on the right to bear arms, this will protect people from situations that the police will not be in time to protect them from, and defending yourself. Firearms raises many questions and debateable conversations, which are one of the many topics of discussion in political conversations, regarding the crime rate that goes on in American. As liberal thinkers believe guns are the main purpose of crimes, they also believe having guns will not limit the amount of violence that goes on in America, and that guns will not prevent criminals who were previously convicted, will not obtain them to stop gun violence. Respecting the opinion of liberal thinkers having their opinion, they also stand on the point of “ individuals do not need guns for protection; it is the role of local and federal government to protect the people through law enforcement agencies and the military”(Student Newsdaily, 2015), I…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Firearms

    Firearms vs without firearms We can protect ourselves better with guns so much better than any other weapons, but we must know how to use them properly and correctly or it would hurt us instead of protecting us. Firearms can protect us so much better if we compare them with knives, nun chucks, machetes and spears. It takes about approximately three seconds for us to get the handgun out to fire if anything bad is going to happen. Most of us do not have the same concept about guns, and a lot of…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Firearms

    Firearms, a really dangerous weapon. Since the 9th century, firearms had become one of the important items of human society. Now, if you suddenly think of the guns or firearms, you will certainly think of two countries. One the United States and anther one China. Guns are a kind of sword, it could make a country more powerful, but guns are also dangerous. Thus, we should use the laws to limit, to manage the person who has a gun. Compare with this two county, you will see in China, people cannot…

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  • The Importance Of Freedom And Firearms

    Freedom and Firearms Gun laws create a platform for debate. Some people believe that we should take away all guns, and other people believe that everyone should have the ability to obtain a gun without a waiting period. Gun laws do not affect the criminals that they were intended to affect. In the United States, the Constitution states, “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed” (James…

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  • Importance Of Restrictions And Requirements On Firearms

    Restrictions and Requirements Should be placed on Firearms Projectile weapons that are capable of harming a mass of people in the matter of seconds should be kept out of the hand of the public for safety. Gun laws and restriction should be placed to limit the amount of guns in society. Limiting guns would decrease the crime rate, suicide rate and death toll in America. Restrictions and background checks should also be placed on people who are suicidal, mentally ill, and anyone with a criminal…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Banning Firearms

    Banning Firearms “As of December 23, a total of 12,942 people had been killed in the United States in 2015 in a gun homicide, unintentional shooting, or murder/suicide” (Mascia, “15 Statistics That Tell the Story of Gun Violence This Year”). “There were, on average, 16.4 such [mass] shootings a year from 2007 to 2013, compared with an average of 6.4 shootings annually from 2000 to 2006” (Schmidt, “F.B.I. Confirms a Sharp Rise in Mass Shootings Since 2000”). These statistics prove that within…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Firearm Policy

    Firearm Policies within the State’s Borders The big debate between states with looser firearm policies and states with very strict fire arm policies; who is to say what laws affect one state has to affect another state? Most Americans can argue that, the state should be able to regulate or set policies that accommodate their beliefs within the borders of their state. There is a hand full of reasons why states should set their own policies such as, one state belief on gun policies shouldn’t be…

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  • Youth Firearms Violence Initiative Essay

    declined. In 1995 the program, Youth Firearms Violence Initiative (YFVI), was launched by the department of justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) to help the law enforcing agencies to come up with programs and strategies counter the rising juvenile firearms violence. The COPS facilitated the initiative by funding ten police departments across the ten participating cities to assist in the development of youth focused program…

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  • The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, And Explosives

    Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives Michael Wragg Self Jr. Criminal Justice 101 University of South Carolina: Sumter Abstract This simple research paper will briefly explain the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives (ATF). The reader will learn about the history of the ATF and how it has expanded into the Bureau it is today. The ATF also has many career opportunities beginning with internships all the way to an ATF special agent. The reader will better…

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  • Gun Control Australia

    the strictest firearm control polices the country had ever seen, and to remove nearly all guns from civilian hands. Australia implemented a buy back policy in which all firearms were demanded to be turned into the police and citizens would be reimbursed. In total 643,726 firearms were turned in by Australian citizens which were subsequently destroyed by police forces. After the forced turn-in of all firearms strict polices were induced in order to control those who still had weapons. These…

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