Gun Control Should Be Legal

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Numerous issue of whether gun should be allowed or banned all together in the United States has been around for ages. In many States the process of obtaining a gun license require little to no effort while other states have more restrictive with gun control. Many people feel as if they are entitled to have a gun for protection from the dangers that law enforcement can’t respond to right away. Others feel as if law enforcement should be the only personnel equipped with guns rather than a random civilian taking actions into their own hands. However, with recent events involving guns and higher crime rates in the United States gun control should be less restrictive for individuals who have good moral character and a stable psychological state of mind. Many citizens who currently possess a gun in the United States feel as if it their right to possess a gun as stated in the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution which reads “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.” (U.S. Constitution Second Amendment, n.d.) In many communities with high crime rates and longer than estimated police response times citizen acquire fire arms to protect themselves from immediate harm. As such many citizen take their own well-being into their own hands the author in I don’t call 911 stated “A sentiment expressed by a popular saying among gun owners and carriers: 'I don 't dial 911.

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