Essay On Gun Control

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Free access or stricter gun control?

Gun control is one of the many controversial topics in the United States of America. In the Second Amendment of the Constitution, it is written that US citizens will have the right to bear arms. People have been misusing that right to harm others. In 2015, there were about 13,286 deaths caused by firearms, which includes the 64 school shootings the same year . Considering the most recent mass shootings, the US needs to entrench strict gun control, however people needs something to protect themselves with, and gun control will not change the value of human life.
Late in year 1791, the first ten amendments of the U.S Constitution, also known as the Bill of Rights, were ratified. The second amendment said the following, “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and …show more content…

No person has ever seen a gun lay on a table firing itself and kill someone. A gun, same as a knife, missile and bombs needs human action to function. The firearms are not guilty of crime, but the people possessing a firearm and using it to conduct violence is guilty. However, the guns makes killing easier. An unqualified person can cause several people to die or be harmed, by possessing a gun they should not be able to own. The title “murderer” is not a word used to describe the weapon, or the way someone kills. Murderer is the name of the person that causes the murder to happen. The Second Amendment protects guns, guns makes killing a lot easier, and there is a reason mass shooters choose a gun over a knife or a baseball bat. If we ban guns, the fact is that they will find another weapon or get a gun in an illegal way. Chicago and D.C is examples of states with strict gun regulations, but still has a high level of gun violence . They transport firearms from neighbor states like Virginia and

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