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    Firearms in America In America there are two strong sides that are for and against the owning of firearms. I will refer to the side that is for firearms as the pro-gun side and antigun side for those who oppose firearms. In this paper I will discuss how firearms affect our lives here in America. I will inform you what a firearm is and how they are used. I will discuss whether owning a firearm is ever morally permissible. I hope that by the end of this paper that you will be able make your own decision

  • The Use Of Firearm Investigation On The Examination Of Firearms

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    Sarah Schulteis Professor Papez Intro to Forensic Science 28 March 2015 Firearm Investigation Firearm investigation is a “specialty of forensic science focusing on the examination of firearms,” (Rankin) and has been around for hundreds of years. One of the earliest recorded cases was of a man shot and killed in 1784 England with a pistol. The police found the wad of paper from the weapon and matched it to a piece of torn newspaper in a suspect’s pocket, sending him to jail (Triple Murder). In modern

  • Firearms In America

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    Firearms seem to have such a strong impact on today’s society in America. However, since so many problems have arisen from these dangerous objects, many are calling for restrictions on what the American public can and cannot have as far as weaponry goes. For instance, an AK-47 is pointless to sell to the public if the main reason that people get weapons is to hunt! There is absolutely no reason that a deer needs thirty bullets shot straight through him to die. It only takes one bullet. Unless, of

  • The Evolution Of Firearms

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    The Physical and Social Evolution of Firearms Guns have drastically changed from the late nineteenth century to the early twenty-first century. Not only have guns themselves evolved, but societal views and the restrictions and purposes have also changed. Guns have significantly advanced since the late 1800s. They have become more accurate and reliable, the purpose for having a gun in your home has changed, and the views people have on guns have evolved. In the late 1800s, guns were muzzle loading

  • The Physics of Firearms

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    Firearms are often featured on the news due to poor use as well as featured in popular culture’s television crime dramas, but have you stopped to ponder about where these devices came from, the different types, the trajectory patterns that are created their bullets and how they work? The following paragraphs are designed to address all of the following questions. A firearm is a complex arrangement of various metals that can eject a small lead piece at high speeds, causing maximum destruction on

  • Preventing Firearms

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    These days, most people do not know how to properly maintain a gun and know where to place one out of reach of minors. You have to keep the firearm cleaned; and well oiled if not it will rust or malfunction. Another reason is to make sure to be in a safe and proper environment to prevent hazards or harm to oneself or others. Firearms need to be well taken cared of through out owning one whether it has been put away for some time or has been shot multiple times in order to avoid the gun from jamming

  • Firearms and Their Consequences

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    Is the convenience of others worth the life of a single innocent? The answer of this question should spark such a reaction that it would make it impossible to remain neutral. And as such the world should ask the land that claims to be home of the brave; being the United States of America, what it’s stance is on gun control. Because the land of opportunity can no longer say yes to unrestricted gun sales and no the safety of its innocents; or should only the gun owners dictate the laws in the land

  • Loaded Firearms

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    Do You Carry At Home or Just When You Go Out For those that have carried for any length of time will feel uncomfortable without a holstered firearm on their hip. You feel anxious, without it there on the hip. The comforting weight is gone, and until the situation is rectified you feel exposed, naked even. You pat your pants pocket for keys, change, and check for your phone. You feel to make sure your wallet is in place and you always put your hand to your hip to make sure your sidearm is secure

  • Customization Of Firearms

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    and rifled) to fit a specific shooter in some pretty ingenious ways. First would be correcting the length of pull. In my mind, I like to compare this aspect of firearms to a good compound bow, you can buy higher end ones and if the draw length is off it simply will not perform what you expect of it. The same principle applies to firearms, regardless of whether it would be a rifle or shotgun. Improper fit in this aspect will result in sub par accuracy and more importantly, it will

  • Replica Firearms

    291 Words  | 2 Pages Historic Replica Guns, Reenactor Gear And Gifts Replica Firearms offers a wide selection of replica guns for sale. Our replica guns are designed to evoke the exact excitement of their real life counterparts. Old West Non-Firing Replica Revolvers Featuring high caliber Kolser replicas, we are offering a huge range of Old West replica pistols for sale that are perfect for theater and reenactment.