Gun Control And Gun Controls Essay

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For years there has been a never-ending debate on gun controls due to high crime rates, and those who want to own a gun have to fight for their rights in order to physically own one; now that this has been a very hostile topic discussed for many years here in the United States. Before the enforcement of gun control, American citizens were capable of owning a loaded firearm in their house with no explanation; now due this topic is being discussed, firearms are showing up as red flags across the United States that are truly upsetting thousands of fellow Americans who own one, to multiple firearms. As for oneself, having such a strict gun control leaves individuals going behind the governments back using their firearms by having them shot off illegally or even so not at ranges due to the inflation of costs. It’s not just those who have no intention of criminal actions, but those who have intentions of killing individuals, have to be protective of their firearms as well, keeping them even more of a secret from onlookers estimating the crime rates to increase by enforcing this law.
In 1971, the Bill of Rights Second Amendment clearly states that, “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 infringes.” now to current day, there has been two legislations signed into law and having seven pending into legislation and nine failing on passing legislation; now, having this being 224 years ago,

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