The U. S. should not have gun control laws. The Second Amendment to the Constitution states that, “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.” This amendment has been around since 1791, and there has been gun control almost as long as it’s been around.
The National Rifle Association is an advocate of the Second Amendment and an opponent of those who propose restrictions on guns. Even Presidents Reagan and Bush are members, and Nixon, Eisenhower, and Kennedy were also members. Why do people feel the need to own a handgun? One reason is heritage. For as long as this country has been around, there have been gun owners, to defend themselves and to hunt for food.
Buying, owning, or carrying a handgun doesn’t hurt anyone. Until a person commits a crime, he / she is free to choose what he / she wants to do. Even if guns were completely banned from the U. S. A.
, people would still find a way to get them. Criminals would get guns. They would have their way, and there would be nothing we could do about it. We would have no way to defend ourselves.
What is gun control to you? To me, it is the unconstitutional regulation and banning of guns to try to keep the crime rates in this country down. Does it work? Some gun laws are okay and they may work to some extent, but not to the extent that was intended. As for most of these gun laws such as the Brady Law, it serves no purpose. It is only there to make our lawmaking bodies and those of us who are too naive to see the truth feel better. Do you really think that the Brady Law keeps handguns out of the hands of criminals? Who’s to say they don’t get their guns illegally anyway? How is this going to stop or even slow down criminal’s activities? ‘What can you do about this,’ you ask? You can call or right your congressman, sign petitions, attend town or county meetings, anything you can think of to voice your opinions. Gun control has been around for many years now.
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Have any of the laws helped curb crime rates? Think about it.