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Gun Control vs Gun Rights Are they becoming too strict and consuming the right of the citizen Guns in the past have served to protect our country and our families since the beginning of the United States They have helped bring meals on tables and provided men and women to challenge themselves to have to best accuracy on paper There are people now who want to take these guns which have been a part of history and heritage of the people of America away because in the hand of a disturbed person they become a weapon of terror These laws would be taking away the right listed in the constitution under the Second Amendment of the bill of Rights These laws would be ineffective and unnecessary to provide the aftermath that the lawmakers hope to reach Gun control has its definite positive issues but it has many more problems that it would cause Gun rights give people the right to bear and own a gun while during war or peace there is a broad range of statements that could be made from the one line in the Constitution about what it really means under current times but if just read the way it is and without a lawyer or court attorney twisting and manipulating the words against the gun rights then it is plain and clear The citizen of the United States of America is capable and able to own hisher own gun or firearm this coming from the Supreme Law of the Land Gun control or not it doesnt change the constitution and while the majority of the citizens in the United States of America follows the current gun laws there is no reason for change Gun control and laws are not necessary to this country and wont be necessary as long as the current ways are tolerable in which they are Gun rights is all that there is needed and the
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