It’s so your kids can be safe and unharmed. Kids should be safe around guns for their safety. Gun safety should be taught to kids because accidents always happen. Some people think kids shouldn’t be taught about gun safety, but other think kids should be taught about gun safety.
People think that outlawing guns will lead to an ideally safe society. This idea of a gun-free utopia is absolutely false, as criminals will still gain access to them. Although it is true that the majority of guns used in crimes are stolen ones (Blow), there is no way to stop this from happening. Guns will always be part of society, whether people like it or not, and it is better to have an armed protected society than a defenseless unprotected one.
It is true that more care and knowledge is needed to ensure the safety of owning, selling and buying firearms. Stricter policies need to be put into effect at gun shows to make sure all vendors, even those selling personal collections, are conducting background checks. Registration of guns and better transfer records will also help keep them out of the hands of those who do not need them. The media needs to stop publicizing only gun related deaths and focus on other causes of deaths, this may also decrease the lack of respect towards law enforcement. The President Obama Administration depends on armed security to keep them safe, imagine if they were being guarded with pepper spray and fists, how safe would they feel then?
Background checks should not only remain in place before the sale of a firearm but also become stricter. Every day in America renting an apartment, applying for a job, or even borrowing money usually involves running a quick background check. Should these backgrounds checks be stricter when putting a dangerous weapon in the hands of a human being? Mental illness does not appear on current background checks.
Anybody of age can go to a gun show or online to purchase any firearm. If background checks, and polygraph test, then we can decrease gun violence. There may also be ways to make guns less dangerous to store. New technology in "smart guns" recognizes the owners ' fingerprints or hand grip or has other features controlled by the owner, so firearms can 't be stolen or accidentally fired by a child. Those guns are not currently mass-produced in the U.S., a recent "60 Minutes" report found, in part because of fears that they might lead to greater gun control.
The same is true for combination locks, especially for those who tend to forget their combinations. The need for gun owners to keep their guns put away arose largely from gun control laws, but also from common sense as parents want to protect their curious kids from hurting themselves or others. For the ease of access in the case of some emergency situation, a biometric gun safe is probably the best bet. Imagine the situation in the worst-case scenario, and under pressure if you had your choice to use your fingerprint safe versus fumbling for the key or recalling the right combination... you can surely see the clear advantage of a biometric design.
In favor of gun control he first, stated that the right to own a gun should be restricted because it would reduce crime. Second, those mental disabled persons, kids who are bullied and aggravated workers could cause a dangerous incident that would not have occurred if gun ownership was restricted. Third, a person who has a gun would be in more danger than a person without one against a criminal. Fourth, suicide and crimes of love or jealousy are more likely to occur easier with a firearm available. Fifth, the Second Amendment of the Constitution was meant for the military rather than the citizens.
Stricter gun control laws would ensure guns do not fall in the hands of people who would misuse them. For example, individuals who are 21-years-old and below should not be given the right to own or be around guns. For if they are not allowed to legally drink alcohol, how can they be trusted with a weapon that can easily take a life within seconds.
Allowing concealed carry on college campuses would not change the guidelines about who can receive a concealed license or buy a gun. The key to safety is to always be prepared for the worst. We wear safety belts in our cars, place helmets on our children’s heads, and lock our doors at night because we know these safety precautions will reduce the risk of harm to us. So just like we protect ourselves on a daily basis, we will now start to protect ourselves by allowing the same trained, licensed adults who legally carry concealed handguns when not on college campuses to do so on college
If I had to pick a side based on this article, I would say that Starbucks should allow open carry firearm because it is not harming anyone, while it is that state 's law, and Starbucks has the right to obey this law if they wanted
Most gun owners have guns as protection for themselves and for their families. One of the most prominent arguments for to pro gun ownership side is that guns are protection from a seemingly increasingly violent world. Also “...having guns gives [people] and least a fighting chance in the event of a burglar or home invader manages to get in. ”(safewise.com). The second amendment gives people the right to own and use guns and is “...an undeniable personal freedom guaranteed by the constitution.”(openreader.org).
The core of the Second Amendment is self-defense. Tennessee believes that guns are not a problem that is causing violence, the people that misuse the firearms are the problem. Tennessee fully supports the idea that the gun does not do the killing, the person who uses the gun does the killing. Mass shootings and large amounts of violence within the state can be avoided if individuals have the right to bear arms. The national issue of firearm control raises a point that the more accessible guns are to people, the easier it is for them to fall into the wrong hands.
Different parts of the country have separate views regarding gun control laws. Such as, Americans from the south may say current gun control laws are fine, and Americans in the north may say they need to be stricter. Some would even say guns need to be banned all together. If an individual’s ultimate goal is to commit bodily harm to someone, they are going to do it whether they have a gun or not.
(Richards, Paragraph 4) With the system being like this it leaves for a lot of loopholes for the criminals and their helpers to get through to purchase a gun. Stricter background checks in gun shows and online websites would make for a safer gun buying experience because a person will know who is getting the gun that is being sold. The people that do not want this, say it is harder for them and takes more time to go through the process of getting a gun, but if they know they have a clean record then what do they have to lose? A stricter background check should not affect anybody but the bad people and criminals that do not have any business with guns anyway. In a separate study, “Webster found that firearm-related homicides in Connecticut dropped 40 percent after the state adopted a 1995 law that required anyone seeking to buy a handgun to apply for a permit with the local police, complete at least eight hours of safety training, and be 21 years old.”
Some ammunition will not slide on the feed ramp rather than sliding right into the chamber properly. Also when shooting any ammunition make sure that ou shoots plenty of it while getting used to it. One thing that I do with my concealed carry is I put, randomly, dummy rounds into my magazine. This helps with jerking while shooting and will also help with fixing a malfunction fast and appropriately. Another thing that I really liked that the man in the video says that when you are shooting make sure you are carrying ammo that you have been shooting on the range, and shoot a lot of it.