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    When you think of weapons now-a-days, you think of guns, guns, and guns, however it wasn’t always about guns. In fact, the first weapon was probably just a stone or stick of some sort. For years and years to date, weapons have been around. So you could imagine that when technology advances, the weapons come with advances as well. The engineering of weapons have also been around since weapons, whether it had a name or not. As long as weapons have been around, weapon engineering and the advancement

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    Concealed Weapons

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    applied to the citizens of the nation. Concealed weapons licenses have almost always been an option for the people to feel safe knowing they are protected, but many think that this is the reason for such crime this world sees, and have tried to take that power from “We the People.” Concealed weapons availability should not be tinkered with, and the 2nd amendment shall stand as it has for the last 224 years. Citizens have the right to carry weapons without those around them knowing they do. That right

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    Army Weapons

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    the machine-gun, not the rifle, was the primary killing weapon on the battlefield. This is one reason that they continued to equip their riflemen with the outdated Mauser bolt-action or the short-ranged machine-pistol; even though the well-developed German arms industry was capable of providing its riflemen with a more sophisticated long-arm, it did not because the MG was the only weapon in the infantry squad that mattered. The primary mission of the rifleman was to provide

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    Nuclear weapon, as defined by Oxford dictionary, is a "bomb or missile that uses nuclear energy to cause an explosion". This explosion can cause a massive obliteration within a very short time. The first and only appalling event these nuclear weapons have ever been used was in Japan 1945 against the innocent civilians of Nagasaki and Hiroshima which killed around 185,000 citizens in total, as stated by BBC UK. (1)Despite the development and creation of several treaties and solutions to eradicate

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    Chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons have changed the way that people look at wars forever. Since their implementation into the battlefield, it has been realized that these taboo weapons are ones to be feared. Responsible for an extravagant amount of deaths over the past eighty years, chemical, biological, and nuclear threats are not to take lightly. A nuclear weapon is an “explosive device designed to derive its destructive explosion via nuclear fission, nuclear fusion, or a combination of

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    Concealed Weapons Permit

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    In today’s society it is legal to have a Concealed Weapons Permit (CWPs). With this legalization the question has been raised if students on college campuses should be allowed to carry a weapon on school property. Based on the research that I have conducted I feel that allowing CWP’s on campus will keep colleges safer because of the many dangerous situations that seem to arise when guns are around. According to the article, The Numbers on Arming College Students Show Risks Outweigh Benefits it

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    Weapon and Fm Essay

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    NAME: ______Kevin Daley____________________ # CORRECT: ___________ OUT OF 100 1. What are the 8 Troop Leading Procedures (FM 3-21.10, Figure 2-1): #1: Receive the Mission #5: Recon___________________ #2: issue the WARNO #6: complete the plan___ #3: Make a tentative plan #7 issue the plan___ #4: start necessary movement #8: _supervise___________ 2. The 5 components of a mission statement are: Who, What, When, Where, and Why. The What portion of the mission has

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    Ban on Assault Weapons

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    In today’s society the topic of assault weapons have been very controversial. From mass shootings to defending oneself, this is a topic that can be very difficult to agree on. In this paper I will be discussing if the federal government should ban automatic weapons. In my opinion, assault weapons should not be banned. With this decision, I consider the implications of the second amendment, public safety, and the fact that weapons will never cease to exist. With these reasons I will explain to show

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    rifles are starting to be acknowledged for their speed and capability to produce a mass body count, so they are becoming a mass shooters’ weapon of choice. In contrast, 42 guns that can hold a high amount of ammo in one magazine were found in 31 mass shootings, 20 assault weapons in 14, and 33 cases had an assault weapon with a high ammo count magazine. 48 weapons of these categories would be illegal if we had a new legislation (Follman, Aronsen, and Lee).

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    Side Arm Weapons

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    weapn is a ‘side arm’- or a light, easy to cary weapon for personal defence. Side arms must combine a reasonable effectiveness ( at least at close range) with the compactness and lightnes. To be any use a side arm must be carried all the time, so on that is heavvu, gets in the way or catches on things is unsutable.” In the first section / chapter the author is talking about all the perks of a handgun and why it is the best light weight self defence weapon out there. “ hand guns , simply defined , are

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