The Second Amendment is a law that was formulated to give the citizens of The United States of America the right to own and bear firearms. More gun control laws have been set in place as a deterrent for criminals to purchase firearms. Gun control laws are not the only way to avoid and protect criminals from purchasing firearms. Even with the gun control laws, debates, the Second Amendment and the Tiahrt Amendment, there is a lack of enforcement of these laws which has caused more violence. There also has not been a reduction in the number of criminals with guns.
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A certain type of gun should only be allowed to a certain person. Such as if your job is in the government or any other trusted position then you can be trusted. The sales representative or manger can also check for criminal back ground or anything suspicious about them. If this becomes a law then people who have committed crimes know not to come to a store and buy a gun or else they could be sent to jail. Less people will have an access to a gun causing fewer deaths to happen by gun violence conflicts.
Gun Control 1 Understanding Gun Control in the United States Ronald Daniel Charnell Thomas, MA, MSEd Research Writing 102 September 21, 2013 Gun Control 2 Ronald Daniel Charnell Thomas MA, MSEd Research Writing 102 September 21, 2013 Understanding Gun Control in the United States While firearms have always played an important part in the life of America, gun control has never been an important legislative topic in current news. The Gun Control Act of 1968 was designed to provide support to federal, state, and local law enforcement officials in their fight against crime and violence. Although state and local attempts to regulate the carrying of concealed
We already have background checks and that seemed to go well for the school shooter Nikolas Cruz, who just happened to pass the background check with his mental background and obtain an AR-15. The saying “guns don’t kill people, people kill people.” The Truth is when you have the mentality of taking someone’s life, you are set in your mind with a gun or without your gonna do it. In the article by The Trace it states “As Senator Marco Rubio, a Republican presidential candidate, likes to say, “My skepticism about gun laws is criminals don’t follow the law. They don’t care what the law is, you can pass any law you want and criminals won’t follow it.” When people say don’t look, people have the natural reaction to look because just hearing “don’t” we do it. Eventually people are going to get their hands on a weapon with a law or without.