The issue of gun control has come up recently as an important decision opportunity for our country. Many people are asking whether guns really are the helpful tool that many of us have been saying they are, or if they are the killing machines as they have recently been publicized as. In views of many Americans, guns are a helper in a time of crisis when help is too far away, or unwilling to come. Rather than put more restrictions on guns and gun owners, we should maintain the ability to protect ourselves and our fellow Americans through the use of firearms.
As we take a look at the way gun control advocates are planning on enforcing gun control, many may start to even question why we would even contemplate using such tedious means. The idea that limiting the size of a magazine or regulating the type of gun purchased or even doing something as simple as a background check will stop murders like the Connecticut shooting from happening is ridiculous. He indicates that one blatantly obvious change would be to “mandate a criminal background check for all gun purchases” as it would obviously stop criminals from getting their hands on a weapon . It takes brains to live the life of a criminal many of them most likely have weaseled their way out of the database and would therefore be able to buy a gun anyway. The idea of using a background check as the main means to sort out the good people from the bad people is a magnificent example of the many things wrong with gun control.
Constitutionality of the many regulations that would be inflicted should gun control be passed or examined thoroughly. Although requiring background checks on all gun purchases seems like a good idea, the only individuals it would affect are the law-abiding citizens.Based on survey data from a 2000 study published in the Journal Of Quantitative Criminology, U.S. civilians use guns to defend themselves and others...