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  • Essay On Military Advancements

    rounded hammer face and slanted pan. Eli Whitney produced 10,000 muskets and delivered them to the Army under a July 1812 contract (Weapons). The U.S adopted the Springfield “Trapdoor” model 1873. It was the first issued breech-loading .45 caliber rifle. The model 1873 was the fifth variation of the trapdoor design. From the trapdoor, the U.S. created…

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  • How Does Gun Control Deter Crime

    The safety of the public is not in the hands of the gun itself, but in those intentionally misusing them. Over the last decade, crime has been on the rise thanks to increase in drug trade and the lack of regulations on the gun owners themselves. Many believe that if we stop giving the public, as a whole, the option to purchase firearms that gun violence will decrease over time. Taking guns away from our citizens is not the answer.Gun control does not deter crime: gun ownership deters crime. A…

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  • Assault Weapons Essay

    ones were just tubes closed at one end that had gunpowder and rocks or bits of metal shoved in them. Now there are all different kinds of guns, including so called assault weapons. But what is an “assault rifle” or an “assault weapon?” The dictionary defines an assault rifle as a military rifle capable of both fully and semi-automatic fire, utilizing an intermediately powered cartridge. However this is not the definition gun-ban lobbyists use. The incorrect definition they use is “a…

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  • Should Personal Assault Weapons Be Banned

    SHOULD 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…

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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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  • Hobbes Gun Control Essay

    Easy access to firearms is an increasingly serious threat to U.S. public safety and will remain so in the future if gun control is not a main concern for the federal government. The current loose regulation of guns is not enough to protect Americans citizens, as evidenced by the increase in gun related crimes in the United States. Congress should promptly approve President Obama’s proposal for a new assault weapons ban and a more stringent system of background checks for gun purchasers.…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Hate Crimes In The United States

    Today in the United States, the Second Amendment is a largely controversial debated topic by roughly every politician. The Second Amendment was adopted on December 15, 1791. It 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” (Masters). There are various inputs to this enormous problem, on the bare surface it seems as if a large proportion of this input is contributed by society; or that is…

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  • Gun Control Laws Argument Essay

    the hands of the wrong people is the motive. However, steps to start this process would be to enforce gun laws to get guns out the wrong hands, to have classes to teach new gun owner 's responsibility, to learn what is the purpose of the National Rifle Association…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Gun Violence In America

    Gun Violence in America Throughout history gun violence has escalated while the regulations on them have also become more serious. Gun restrictions were first implemented in the 20th century, when acts of violence shook the nation and began to make people focus on who we should allow to carry guns. Though as our laws have become stricter we haven’t seen a large decline in gun violence. Our country is broken up mostly into two groups of people: those who believe that it is our constitutional…

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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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