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Issue Should A National Gun Control Policy Be Established Americans participated in a great debate through the 60s 70s 80s and now the 90s It is the argument of whether handguns shotguns and rifles should be restricted or banned This debate over ownership of a firearm has produced strong emotions through the past years and does not seem to be abating Does the US Constitution give people the right or should guns be restricted or banned because they are used in the commission of many crimes Some argue that the right to bear arms is not as vital today as it was in the 1700s or that it does not apply to individuals Others argue that it is an individual right guaranteed by the Constitution to own a firearm It is obvious that the nation does not want guns in the hands of convicted felons however it is necessary that guns be not confiscated from law-abiding citizens Our second amendment states 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 was not made for the hunters it is designed as an individual right in the Bill of Rights Our second amendment protects our right and it cannot be infringed In 1986 the Handgun Control Inc decided to devote to passing the Brady bill which would establish a national seven-day waiting period for handgun purchasers This came in after the assassination attempt by Jim Hinckley on Reagan and his press secretary Jim Brady was shot On one side this will allow a check on the buyer to see if they have a criminal record are mentally unstable or is a minor The other side of it is anyone who can wait a week for a gun is a kind of person who shouldnt have one The bill
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