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GUNS ARE BEST CONTROLLED BYGOOD AIM Guns like many other issues of the day have two distinct opposing views with many people in the gray area Even when looking at a tragic situation people will have two opposite spins on it For example a suicidal madman on top of the Empire State Building kills six people including himself with a gun Gun-control advocates think that outlawing guns would have stopped the killing from ever happening Pro-gun advocates think that it would have been stopped by innocent people being armed and fighting back In order for an issue to even be at hand both sides must agree that there is a problem with guns and gun control Both gun-control and pro-gun advocates do agree there is a problem pro-gunners say it is too hard to own a gun and the gun-controllers say it is too easy to get a gun While using a point-counterpoint style to argue against gun control I will show guns are best controlled by good aim The government must keep guns out of the hands of violent criminals and the mentally ill and they must not limit the rest of the society from owning them Gun control advocates will argue that gun ownership is not a right and is not protected by the 2nd amendment They further believe guns are harmful to society Gun control advocates also believe guns are not needed for self-defense Gun-controllers use points such as the constitution specifically the 2nd amendment hunting and gun related assaults to try to prove their point Some of their arguments are based in emotions and only have significance in the specific case they are trying to illustrate When a high school aged boy kills a teacher two students and then injures one other what should we do According to gun-control advocate we must make it impossible for kids
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