But if there were enough polices, which is the new policy included in gun control, and people have the knowledge and responsibility of the usage of guns, why would you need a gun to protect yourself? V. Conclusion Guns pose a high danger in the world, especially in the US because of its lack of strict laws on gun controls. Although gun has its positive values, it isn’t enough to balance its risks. The Congress should make progresses on regulating the access to guns. And people should have basic knowledge and responsibilities of the usage of guns.
Gun Control is not a Good Choice As a result of several recent mass shootings, gun control has become a popular topic. Gun control refers to the laws, background checks, and more protections against mentally ill individuals purchasing firearms. Some of the population believes that gun control should be strengthened, while the others are against it. There have been many situations in which firearms were used to harm innocent people, but gun control is not the solution to the problem we face as a nation. Gun control will not prevent mass shootings.
Gun rights advocates support the use of firearms by stating that colonial Americans required firearms in the past to protect their families and communities. Tragedies caused by guns, however, such as the shooting in Littleton, Colorado, left several high school students and teachers injured and killed. Perspectives on the issue of gun control vary according to location and party differences and also personal thoughts... ... middle of paper ... ...ratified in 1791 and will continue for many more years to come. The issue is not one that can easily be given a verdict. I do believe, however, that there will be minor changes in the government’s policies over gun control with each year to make the nation a safer place to live in.
Further laws being enacted by the states are simply making it more difficult for law abiding citizens to purchase guns for legitimate reasons. Guns rights are a constitutional privilege that shouldn’t be any more regulated for unnecessary reasons because of inaccurate or misrepresented statistics about gun violence. As a country founded on the principles of liberty and the general welfare of the people, the U.S. stands out as being the most armed nation in the world. Among national anxiety over gun control, statistics still show that the 3/4 majority of Americans believe the 2nd amendment rights granted in the Constitution are still valid. The amendment 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” The “militia”, regardless of it being comprised of individual citizens or an organized group, needs to function on the same grounds as the armed military forces.
The fight to ban gun control is going to be a difficult one. Gun control laws just take guns away from law-abiding citizens. There are many reasons why people want to own a gun. Don’t keep letting the government keep making it harder for us to won a gun, everyone is a lot safer when they own a gun and follow the laws. The second amendment clearly states “the right to bear arms”, don’t let the government try to change that.
Allowing America citizens to have possession of their own firearms gives them a sense of protection and safety in their own home. The government taking away this right would be both unconstitutional and against the better judgment of many people of America. Bad situations caused by guns are more complex than the pull of the trigger. It has more to do with who is behind the gun itself. It is better to be safe with a firearm than sorry without one.
“The united states has the highest rate of firearms death” (Stronger gun control will save lives). Yeah, America might have that, but think of it this way, if a law-abiding citizen who had a legal weapon and a pistol permit then that number would go way down. Other people say if guns really kept us safe the united states would be the safest nation. Yes, I do believe that, but we have too many crazy people who don 't care about others. That 's what needs to be changed who gets determined to be fit to own a gun, but that 's not easily done.
Its cold, shiny and deadly. No it is not my heart, its guns. The media may display the weapon as cool however guns should not be played with because they are weapons that can leave one dead or seriously injured. There are those who feel that the only solution to feel protected is to have even more guns in the U.S. The question is, who are people protecting themselves from exactly?
On the other hands, after those troubles, many people noticed the dangers of guns that made them arguing about gun control. The history of gun laws in united states has changed since the Second amendment which declared that "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”(“Second Amendment,” n.d). Therefore, many American citizens have had guns due to the second amendment. In spite of the guns control law, many states
A world where not everyone is properly trained to have a weapon should not be the same world where everyone has a weapon. To some, guns and other weapons seem to have become essential in the pursuit of self-defense, and are often used to ensure one’s safety. However, with 400,000 gun-related crimes in the United States every year, ending in 30,000 related deaths and 70,000 related injuries, one begins to wonder if people really are safer when everyone possesses a gun. Gun laws should be increased and heavily enforced because of the weakness of current laws, the interest of public health and safety, and the progress of newer legislations. The Second Amendment, passed in 1791, states that “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security