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Over 60 of murders in the United States take place with a gun Many people say that it is an Americans right to bear arms It still is although many people do know how to usecare for a gun the majority do not There is a LARGE difference between owning a gun and knowing how to usestore it responsibly Self-defense is the most common reason for owning a firearm Fear of home invasion robbery or just getting beat-up are just a few of the reasons that people feel that they must own a firearm The lack of understanding of how to usestore the firearm has led to countless innocent deaths It is 43 times more likely to kill a house member than an intruder with houses that contain firearms on the premises Not only is self-defense an excuse to own a gun many people claim that the framers of the constitution meant it to be this way Although foreign invasion was a big problem back when the framers were around it no longer is today The United States military is the strongest in the world and even if the United States were invaded it will draft up the average Joe and teach him how to use a firearm properly Although there is no stopping a black firearms market there are ways to cut down on it Gang violence is a big problem for most of urban America The typical gang member is 19 years old If the buyer of a firearm had to take a safety course how many 19 year-olds will actually sit through one of those By more or less cutting off the legal gun supply there will be fewer firearms to shoot with overall Fewer firearms mean fewer shootings Simply giving a government run safety course in firearms safetystorage to all prospective new gun owners will over time lower the total amount of gun deaths in our country
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