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  • Guns Of The Household - Guns

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    Guns in the Household When you are awoken by a spine chilling crash of glass breaking echoing through the house in the dead stillness of the night, not too sure on what caused that glass to shatter. This is why it is safe to include guns in the household to contain that additional safety measure in keeping the family in safe hands. In having weapons in the home it will instruct the children in understanding the safe in addition to the dangers of a weapon if not respected in the right manor. Teaching

  • Guns Are Not

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    What we can do? The big question is guns. People say the guns are the big problem. But the truth is it is not the guns it is the people. They say that guns are the things that kill people but let’s be honest guns can’t kill people. It the the person behind the gun. A gun is an object that can not move so tell me how it can kill people? A gun can stay on a table for a million years and ever hurt one person. Because last time i checked a gun can not pick up its self up and shoot someone. But remember

  • The Effects Of Guns On The Side Of Guns

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    there are continuous debates on whether guns are beneficial to society or deleterious. As generations come and go, more concerns come about on how people will be able to live safe lives as guns keep increasing in their number. Guns being used by officers to protect the innocent, by criminals to commit mass shooting, or by the average individual who use it for their personal protection, guns cause violence in some sense of the word. When the topic of guns are brought up, the subject becomes very

  • Gun Violence And Gun Control

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    shootings and various other methods of gun violence, tens of thousands of people die every year. These gun-related deaths primarily originate from murder and children accidentally shooting themselves. Although those in favor of gun control tend to believe that guns should be terminated completely, the second amendment prevents lawmakers from being able to do so. Therefore, in order to combat these causes, alternative gun control solutions must be made for each one. Gun-related murders can be decreased

  • Guns Control Gun Control

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    opinions, etc. it cannot be denied that guns keep people that have them safe. Bad things happen, and bad people are out there using guns incorrectly, but if someone had to choose between having a gun to defend themselves in a situation that called for it and not having one…well, one would presume the choice to have a gun would have been chosen. Why? Because that person knows that if they had a gun they would have a better chance at survival. From the article “Guns Protect People” criminologist Gary

  • Gun Control For Gun Violence

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    In 2015, 13,367 people lost their lives due to gun violence according to Gun Violence Archive. The Archive also states that out of that number, 693 were children from ages 0-11. We can all agree that there is indeed a problem that we have to address. The solution to that problem, however, has been debated by many. I believe the solution to this problem exists in three parts: Mandatory training and licensing along with more heavily secure gun storage, stricter regulations on the purchasing of a firearm—disabilities

  • Gun Influence On Gun Control

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    Gun control: Is violence influenced by the choice of weapon? Although recurring debated, in special due to recent and recurring broadcasted mass shootings, the majority of people cannot reason whether firearms influence urban violence. Furthermore, when the topic arises in a discussion, it usually serves as a disguise to deeper value conflicts such as individuality versus collectivity; leaving the gun control debase aside because neither sides present strong evidences. Whereas gun control lies on

  • Guns Control Against Gun Control

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    Many people die from gun related incidents every year. Thus, whether guns should be controlled or not has been a converversonl topic for many years. People should be allowed to protect themselves by owning guns, however there should be a restrictions. People do have the the right to own guns to protect themselves. In an article entitled “Briefing: Armed and Dangerous” The Week explains that the only way for a person to protect themselves and or others from a person using a gun to harm others is

  • The Gun Laws And Gun Control

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    Crime rate does not originate from the accessibility of guns, but rather the actions of an individual that has disregard for life in today 's society. There will always be ways for the offender commit crimes with or without guns. What is being done about gun control? We have all heard of all the tragedies throughout the country regarding guns. According to the President (2013) "We know that we cannot stop every act of violence with guns, but what if we tried to stop even one?" Weapon controls

  • Gun Control

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    Gun Control Paper Gun Control has been an issue that has been brought to the public’s eyes in recent years. This main issue has been going on for many years, for example when John F. Kennedy was assassinated; it raised public awareness to the lack of control on sales and also possession of guns in America. Until 1968 guns were available over the counter in stores and through mail catalogs to just about any adult in America. This was an example of how loosely guns were regulated which bring us

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