Gun Control And The Possession Of Guns

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Gun Control is more like a ban on the possession of guns and other arms. Laws and Policies are defined to reduce the concept of gun possession from society. The efforts are made in wake of a real threat to the lives of many people and also to control illegal activities like terrorism, robberies and killings. Those times are long gone when a gun was possessed in an order to keep the flocks of animals arranged or to guard the cultivated lands. Now the guns are becoming a real threat to human life. “The possession of arms should be controlled if and only the State takes a proper responsibility to provide safety to the rights and lives of people.”
The debate is an ongoing one and the results are yet not decided that whether to implement a proper ban on the possession of guns or whether to partially implement it. The real threat in recent days is faced by the United States and some European countries too. People in United States are showing more violence than any other region of the world and their main weapons is gun or any other arm that they have licensed or are using illegally.
United States mainly came under this thereat because they had never felt the extent to which the arms are smuggled in their country and the licenses are sold. The smuggled arms do not have any license and they are mainly smuggled through Mexico as it is the most controversial border attached to United States in terms of smuggling of weapons and drugs. This smuggling has led to every house of America to
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