Gun Ownership Should Be Banned

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Gun Ownership “the right to carry gun” in the United States is a debatable issue that has raised both negative and positive concerns. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigations, firearms are used over eighty times more often to protect a life than to take another unrightfully. Studies reveal that there are over two hundred million registered and unregistered gun owners despite sanction of sale and ownership by the government. The debate on gun ownership versus crime in the public escalates everyday due to felons committed by criminals on unarmed citizens. However, according to FBI crime statistics analysis, every mass shooting in the USA since 1950 took place in states where carrying guns (concealed carry) is banned. The analysis also
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