Gun ControlGuns have many functions. Some people use them for many different sports, some use them for protection, and some use them for murder.
The Constitution of the United States of America gives us the right to keep and bear arms. This brings up a very good argument that guns should be outlawed because of the rise in violent crimes with firearms. Should this statistic ruin it for the rest of the nation who dont use guns in violent crimes. These people use guns for legal reasons. Guns are a very big risk to the safety to the American population. With guns in the hands of criminals, they are able to perpetrate serious crimes.
If you put a ban on guns there would be a decrease of violent crimes. With fewer guns on the street, there would be less of a chance of you being attacked with a gun. Violent crimes wouldnt disappear, they would decrease. In his essay Desuka states, True, even if handguns are outlawed, some criminals would manage to get them, but surely fewer petty criminals will have guns.
(423). A ban on guns will hurt the economy greatly. When the ban is imposed, the government will have to reimburse gun owners for surrendering their guns. the number of handguns is estimated to be between 50 million and 90 million, the cost will be considerable, but it will be far less than the costs-both in money and sorrow- that result from deaths due to handguns. (Desuka 423).
This statement totally justifies the ban on guns. The economy will surely suffer but that is nothing compared to the pain associated with burying a family member. By putting a ban on guns, it is a violation of the second amendment. I believe it is more than justified. What would you rather have? One less constitutional right or one less loved one? In this case, the violation of the second amendment is the least of our worries.
Our most important worry is getting the guns off the streets.Legal Issues Essays