If gun control laws were enforced, the Second Amendment would be violated. In addition, guns will be less accessible for law-abiding citizens to purchase. Crime rate will not diminish if stricter gun laws are enacted. Because guns have the ability to cause crime and violence, few people like them. People see firearms as weapons of criminal activity.
There are also people that hunt for sport and they would also loose this privilege. We all know the growing problems with mass shootings in America, we need to come together as a county and find the ways to make everyone happy, such as stricter gun laws arming our legal citizens and putting guards and metal detectors in gun free
Looking back to laws, making more laws will not work because individuals will break the rules. Many will not stop until they own a gun, legally or illegally. Even though, some individuals do not favor the right to own a gun, owning a gun will determine the live or death of an individual by making sure the individual is safe. Having the right to own guns might help save more people’s lives because a gun will be a really good source of protection. In terms of the gun debate in America, individuals should prioritize personal liberty because having more guns people might feel more safe and protected.
Guns aren 't living objects that can pick their victims and shoot at will. Guns require a person to pull the trigger. On the topic of ideal gun control, instead of banning gun use, Karl Simon writes, "...the 'ideal ' gun control program is one that does not pose serious barriers to the possession of handguns for legitimate purposes, but does effectively inhibit the use of handguns in crime by a method which has low cost to the criminal justice system and to society at large" (Simon,
Banning firearms most likely wouldn't cause much of a decline in gun related crime. Majority of the crimes are done by people who have had a prior past of criminal activity. Guns are not the reason for the violent crimes. The crimes are caused by the typical person with a violent past with them. Most people would agree that the firearms they have are used either for recreational activities or home protection in times of need.
In addition, ninety percent of law enforcement officials believe that gun control will make agencies less efficient and will diminish their personnel’s ability to combat crime (Duke). In essence, implementin... ... middle of paper ... ...hrough illegal sources. Not only will individual citizens not be able to defend themselves as a result of gun control but unarmed citizens will not be as protected by the “third-party” effect gun owners create. Undoubtedly, gun control does not result in crime reduction because guns are not the problem it is the behavior of criminals that leads to crime. Works Cited Kates, Don B., and Gary Maunser.
So even with all the shootings and random acts of violence, gun control laws should not happen because people will be safer with guns around. It seems as though the government has not looked at the ways that guns can provide safety. Also how gun control laws are not working in those areas that have them. Even though guns get a bad reputation by the government and gun control supporters as being dangerous, I think that they are necessary for obvious reasons, and that gun control will not help stop those violent crimes.
In the US, recently there have been a lot of crimes that included some type of firearm. The violence in the US will not be stopped by gun regulations. Gun regulations will make it harder for people to obtain guns, but that won’t matter with criminals. Criminals don’t follow the law so regulations will not affect them. The most gun regulations can do is slow down a criminal, everyone is driven by something and criminals are after something and some won’t stop unless they have what they need.
If people were not able to have guns would there be less deaths or would people find things to take place of the gun. Gun control seems to be a major factor in the United States these days. Some say guns are not controlled, while others say the gun control is way too tight and should be lightened. The government is always coming up with different plans to change gun control that will never work. It is not the guns fault that they are shooting people, it’s the persons fault; a gun cannot pick itself up, aim at a person, and pull the trigger to shoot all by itself.
Why would the government want to make it harder for people to own a gun? People that own guns aren’t very likely to be attacked by criminals. Owning a handgun is one of the best ways of protection when used correctly. The second amendment states “the right to bear arms”; does this grant everyone the right to own a gun? Gun control laws have not been proven to do anything for citizens.