Guns don’t cause harm upon people, but people hurt others with anything that can cause damage. As long as there is a background check for criminal records, mental health problems and restricts guns should be allowed to be carried. For instance, when there is a school shooting people become sitting ducks and have nothing to defend themselves when facing danger. It is already guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution that gives people the right to protect themselves and could lower crime rates. In addition, the amendment has no restricts when it was created so it should be given restricts.
Another problem with taking guns away, or banning them, is that the government cannot expect everyone to abide by the laws. In past circumstances when guns were banned, criminals were the kind of people that the government wanted to make sure did not have guns. In reality, they were always the ones who still had the guns (Lott). People can say that gun crime is a serious firearm problem, but guns are not always the exact cause of the crime. Even if the government tries to deny groups access to guns, they could still find their way around the law and gain access to one
For your protection? You can protect yourself with other items that won’t kill anyone risking your safety. In all honesty I think that only the US battle force should be allowed gun permits because they know what they’re doing, anyone that hunts should be certified and evaluated by the army. The second amendment is not an unlimited right to own guns. The second amendment states that there should and will be no possession of firearms for anyone with a felony and/or a mental illness.
They also argue that criminals will find a way to get a gun even if more gun control measure are put into place. While it is possible that may happen, stricter gun laws will at the very least allow less guns to be put out into the general public and as a result, decrease the chance a criminal is able to get a gun. When it comes to guns, many Americans
More specifically, I believe that gun violence will always be an issue whether they are banned or not. If someone plans on hurting someone, they will not care about rules. For example, Guns are very easy for people to buy, but how is the seller going to know what they plan to do with it. It is not like they are going to say that they are going to kill someone with it. Therefore, I conclude that banning guns is not worth it because people who want to use them for negative reasons will even if they are banned.
For your protection? You can protect yourself with other items that won’t kill anyone risking your safety. In all honesty, I think that only the US battle force should be allowed gun permits because they know what they’re doing, anyone that hunts should be certified and evaluated by the army. The second amendment is not an unlimited right to own guns. The second amendment states that there should and will be no possession of firearms for anyone with a felony and/or a mental illness.
The constitution gives United States citizens the right to bear arms and should not be infringed upon. If guns are banned then the black market and crime rate will be way worse, drugs are illegal and people can get them as they please, if firearms are banned people will do the same. Mental health is an even bigger issue than the guns themselves, if someone commits a mass murder there is something wrong with that individual and they are not mentally stable. People pull the trigger, the weapons do not fire
Open carryment should be legal for all the people because they need to protect themselves from the other shooter near them so open carryment is helpful for other people .”Open carry advocates seek to normalize the carrying of firearms in public places and often use open carrying to protest what they see as unjust state firearms laws. While members of the open carry movement argue that they are just “exercising their rights,” The open carrying of firearms intimidates the public, wastes law enforcement resources, and creates opportunities for injury and death due to the accidental or intentional use of firearms”. (open carry summary). Open carrying poses particular challenges for law enforcement officers who must respond to 911 calls from concerned citizens about people carrying guns in public, carrying a gun in public aint harmful but it can be if they look suspicious but other than that people shouldn 't worry about a shooting in the public. Open carry advocates create a
The debate on the Second Amendment, and many cases have been reviewed by the Supreme Court to determine what exactly it means. The Second 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.” The debate is over what the Second Amendment means when it says “the right of the people to keep and bear arms”. Those in favor of gun control believe that putting more restrictions on guns will make America safer and reduce the number of deaths in our country. They claim that the Amendment protects the right to arming a militia, which we now call the National Guard, but nothing beyond that. Those opposed to gun control believe that restricting guns will make our country more dangerous because countries with higher gun control have
But that would not resolve the problem. Teachers and people who do not work at school will still carry a treat. I think in the discussion about weapons at schools the decision should be same for both sides. It means both teachers and students should be allowed or not allowed to carry guns. This decision will cause a chaos and violence at first sight.