And if it is not known the second amendment does not exactly say that everyone in the U.S is allowed to own a gun for what they want and the government cant do anything about it. The exact wording of the second amendment is, "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." Should there be regulations on peoples gun rights? Are these gun regulations necessarily needed? These are the questions that some people have been asking.
Guns have been with us for centuries whether it be for hunting or defending, we can all agree it’s something in our life now that most think it’s unnecessary and just causes destruction and that it should be banned, but is that the real answer? If guns were to be taken away it would only cause them to be stashed illegally, so it would barely make a difference. And riots would which is kinda counterintuitive if you think about it. Not only that it would cause more violence around places where hunting was acceptable. It all in would cause more damage than letting people own firearms.
First, The Second Amendment protects your rights. 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." This amendment states your undeniable right to have a gun. So, if stricter Gun control law were to be enforced, not only does it go against the constitution, but it also obstructs your ability to protect yourself. In District of Columbia et al.
Only having a gun around and relying on its intimidating look will scare an attacker off is really not a good idea. You can´t know if he tries to take it from you, fight for it with you or even worse – pull out his own gun and you bet, he will be ready to use it. So after you are really determined to get a firearm, next question that comes into mind is the sort of firearm you want. A pistol is easy to conceal and carry with you anytime. A rifle has better qualities for shooting at distance, but can´t be considered a concealed carry weapon.
Secondly,most people even if they can not get a gun they will easily just steal it. Banning guns will not do anything except make people steal more to get a gun which will just cause more problems. Also making stricter gun laws will also include police officers which will give them a disadvantage if they have no gun or have new rules while using the weapon. Therefore if the government were blaming the people using the guns more than the guns,there would be less school shootings since most of them have depression or a disability of some sort. If those people could get help before they take action then maybe the actions they are thinking about doing would not
Topic: Ownership of Guns for non-professional reasons should be illegal in the United States General Purpose: To argue. Specific Purpose: The specific purpose of this speech is to argue for outlawing private gun ownership in the United States. Central Idea/Thesis Statement: Private ownership of guns in the United States should be illegal. Various specific reasons are presented to support this statement: (1) Banning private ownership of firearms, and, their distribution, would save a large number of lives that are lost as the result of gun violence. (2) Banning the private ownership of guns would also save lives that are lost due to successful suicide attempts with firearms.
The right to own guns has many benefits even for those who do not own guns. The right to own guns is based in the United States Constitution. According to the Second Amendment, “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 Second Amendment specifically states that “the right of the people to keep
The constitution states that “...the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed”. (US Const. amend.II) The right to bear arms is just as important as the right to free speech. The second amendment was put in the Constitution for a reason, and no one has the right to take away any of the rights given to the people by the United States Constitution. The moment the right to bear arms gets taken away, the government has free reign to take away more rights.The second amendment was not just meant for the people to just own firearms.
Guns should not be allowed to be used to anyone, this can lead to serious consequences as these may be badly used for assaulting places or shootings. With stricter handgun laws and appropriate licensing, there shall be fewer casualties to save lives for a better society with no fear and safety for all. To start with, guns are risky objects that contradict the lives of people regardless of mental illness. Many
Most gun owners in the United States are responsible law abiding citizens and should be able to lawfully protect themselves on a moments notice anywhere and not have to wait for a police officer to arrive. Even a moment delay can be the difference between life or death in the most dire of