Argumentative Essay: Gun Control And The Second Amendment

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Gun control and the second amendment
The second amendment has been apart of this country since the founding fathers but each year gun laws get stricter so my stance on the subject is that we should keep the laws the same.The main problem with these changes are the main options being flawed like the gun buyback.The fact that guns are not the main cause of homicide in the United States.And last that there are already organizations in place informing people the proper ways to legally get and own guns like the N.R.A .The main problems summarized are non effective resolutions,the fact that guns are not the leading cause of death in the US,and that there are already organizations in place making sure that the laws work.
The first point I made was that that what the other sides solutions are flawed and don 't work.For example In Australia after the largest mass shooting in Australian history in 1996 they made laws banning semi-automatic and self-loading rifles.They also did a mandatory gun buyback where 700,000 guns were surrendered.Did this help the overall homicides lower no it only let it go higher in
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