The Importance Of Guns In Schools

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“Get Down!” The teacher pushed the helpless little kindergarteners to the cold, hard floor as bullets shatter the window. Two more kids fall to the ground. A man in a black suit enters through what used to be the broken glass as two S.W.A.T. trucks pull into the school parking lot. Blood trickles out of the limp bodies of the dead children. The man's final bullet lands in the teachers chest, before he gets shot down by the S.W.A.T. team. This should not have ever happened. It wouldn’t have if the school had guns. America shouldn't have strict gun laws so schools can own guns to defend the school. Schools are better targets for shootings because that cannot defend anybody. If the shooter knows that the place they are going to shoot up has a gun to fight back they most likely aren't going to go there. You might…show more content…
They think that we should have checks to test your mental state every six months, but you don't have to be mentally insane to kill people. Some people think that everybody should own a gun. In some countries everybody has to own a gun. Those are the countries that have the lowest crime rates. The only way that everybody will get what they want is if we decide to just put some restrictions on guns, but not as much as the pro gun control people want. “Get Down!” The teacher pushed the helpless little kindergarteners to the cold, hard floor as bullets fly through the window. The teacher pulls a pistol out of his desk. Bullets shatter the window. “Hey!” Yells the teacher. he points the gun at the shooter and pulls the trigger. A bullet flies into the man’s chest. He falls to the ground as blood trickles out of his limp body. Two S.W.A.T. trucks pull up and take him away. The teacher was able to defend his class of kindergarteners because he had a gun. He saved the entire school without any innocent kids or adults getting severely
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