Your Rights to Bare Arms
No one enjoys being told what to do or when to do it. As Americans we shouldn't be intimidated by things such as gun control. There should not be a debate on whether or not we should bann the continuous use of guns here in America; the reason is simple. Guns have been around for as long as history can remember. The majority of people believe guns are dangerous, unsafe, and nothing but hazardous; however, this is not completely true. There is no doubt that guns can be dangerous in the wrong hands, but it’s more of a true blame to say people kill people rather than guns. Limited restrictions are utilized on the distribution and possession of firearms. Some examples include: criminals, the mentally unstable, dishonorably discharged soldiers, illegal users, aliens, and renounced citizens. Every one of them have restrictions in the purchase and possession of firearms. As a punishment, violating these statutes can net you 10 years of imprisonment, and/or a $250,000 fine. As Americans, we should take pride in the liberty of being allowed to own a gun. We are born with this privilege, and it should remain a privilege to those who abide by its regulations.
The right to own a gun is secured by the Second amendment: (A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bare arms, shall not be infringed). The prohibition of guns from being owned or bought is immoral and unconstitutional; luckily. The second amendment supports guns in such a way that they will never technically be “banned” in America. Guns are a necessity in more ways than one; some instances include self-protection, hunting, law enforcement in addition to many other practices. If they were banned, Americans wouldn’t be able to defend themselves from unfortunate situations, everyday bad guys like rapist’s or killers abusers and so on. Then they get those guns from people who get their guns from their drug...
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