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.
Also, it will have a deterrent role to play in preventing and stopping potential violators from recommitting new crimes. When the killers see their target have guns, they might look before they leap. However, I don’t mean to deny that allow people to carry guns might cause several problems. The government can provide more information about how to identify dangerous and deal with accidents to people, and periodically to train in their use. It is difficult to decrease the criminal rate, but we can do something to decrease the death rate and increase people’s ability to face the
Gun control is hypocritical because the point of gun control is to limit gun violence basically to save human lives but yet there are many other forms of violence that claim more lives each year than firearms. It neglects the reality of control because everyday criminal acts that have been made illegal are still committed. So even if gun control were in effect it would not prevent the use of those weapons, which would mean there is no real control. Also if gun control was allowed it would be targeting a specific group of people; gun owners, which would be discriminating against them. Most importantly as United States citizens under the second amendment we have the right to bear arms, which is why most importantly gun control should not be allowed.
This makes us wonder why people can be so defensive over something like a gun that is so dangerous and has lead to a lot of deaths in the American society. Gun control is essential in our society today because it will help prevent unnecessary shootings and crime rate Gun control will play a major part in the decrease of the crime and murder rate. Therefore, in my point of view, guns should be totally controlled and regulated by the government. If gun ownership is controlled by the government, only a limited number of people will be allowed to own guns. In addition, the regulations will make it difficult for people to access guns unless they have a concrete reason as to why they need the weapon.
In the United States of America certain regulations are definitely necessary for public safety. The regulations are there to better the nation and not further control it. The government can not get rid of everyone 's right to own and keep a gun but, they can simply control the amount of guns able to be purchased. Therefore, the government is not taking away peoples guns but, simply regulating those who can or cant not own them to better protect the citizens of America. And thus any remarks about the government taking away peoples guns are untrue, the government is doing this for everyone 's well
As guns are generally used not for harm but for defense, and criminals can still get them no matter what, there should not be harsher laws on gun control. Guns should be something that citizens should have a right to own, and they should continue to have this right as time goes on. If guns were made illegal, it would put people in danger as criminals could obtain them anyway. With the developments of new technology our word is not as safe as it used to be, in light of this, guns should be a valuable access to the population or our society will face a rapid
Regulating guns will not stop all of the killings that are occurring in America, and there are better ways to cease the killings than regulating guns. Body Paragraph One: Topic Sentence: Regulating mental health will be more effective in ceasing killings with guns than regulating guns. In an analysis provided, 22 percent of the perpetrators of 235 mass killing, could be considered mentally ill, many of which were carried out with firearms (Qui). Almost 25% of mass shooting killers are being considered mentally ill
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.
Our president Barack Obama is all for gun control laws, while everywhere he goes, he’s protected by many guns. He knows that having protection of a firearm makes him safer, yet he wants to take away the rights of responsible gun owners. Another reason why gun control is a bad idea is that police officers can’t be on the scene of a crime the moment it happens (Kerryg). If I was being attacked, I’d feel a lot more comfortable with an assault rifle in my hands than nothing.
Gun control has been a controversial issue for many years. Many citizens believe that if gun control is strictly enforced it would reduce the threat of crime. People have the right to bear arms for protection, or even just the pleasure of hunting and recreational activity. With the recent events involving firearms and mass shootings, people are skeptical whether to increase or decrease gun laws. Americans have a constitutional right to own handguns and stricter laws and licensing will not effectively save lives.
While a man from the NRA, Brian Calabrese, said self-defense is used in various ways, the thought of a panicked person with a gun during a crime is not beneficial. From my perspective, I don’t want to live in a society where the at any point in time, I should be ready to shoot a gun. The arms race which Kelly Sampson was talking about, also made me think about how different society would be if the arms race ensued. Most of society would have to adapt to the norm of owning a gun, which would force the criminals to get stronger and higher capacity firearms. In this hypothetical society, I believe there would be a much higher death and crime rate.
Therefore, it could be said that it has come a time for change in our gun legislation to make obtaining a gun harder for criminals and the mentally ill. Whether it be through public or private parties. Although gun control in America might seem to be out of control, it 's a matter of gun ownership and gun rights that needs to be reformed into a better set of laws and limitations. Such laws and limitations that would better regulate who can buy or own a gun. Gun rights can represent such things as the right to bear arms.
It will decrease the amount of mass crimes that are being committed in the United States. Studies have shown When the government outlawed something that huge, number of people very much want that outlawed item even more. This has been shown countless of times(Reed Fred,2).The endless debating conflicts in death caused by guns are why many states in order to The endless debating conflicts in death caused by guns are why many states in order to decrease the rate of violence should limit access to handguns.not only is it the government 's fault, but the people who ignore the symptoms of such mentally ill person. They also take part in not enforcing guns be in their loved one 's possession. A mentally ill man name Sergio Valen Cena Deltoro, was a veteran who served in