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Now a day owning a gun is simply viewed as apart of the American culture and heritage And with all the youngsters praising and itching to get a firearm in their hands its even more tempting and fashionable for one to show off their shooter around their friends and dangling it off in their hands The streets of America have become known for the most dangerous and the most shooting homicides People want guns because they simply fear guns which create more guns to harm others It is an on-going cycle that never stops To end this stricter handgun control laws and licensing are necessary to save lives Today in the USA restricting guns to young childrens access had been widely known to the public However there are still many incidents were kids have managed to get their hands on a firearm The first example that comes to mind would be of course the columbine incident where two teenagers killed 12 fellow students and a teacher The motive for these teenagers is still unknown but the main cause of this disasterous event was still done by the loose control of guns A teen-ager can only do so much damage with his fists said Sen Charles Schumer D-New York If guns were to be controlled teenagers wouldnt be able to get their hands on a gun A person armed with a gun seems to be more dangerous than someone armed with a bat Gun control may be influencing some suspects to kill by other methods and it is less likely for these suspects to kill multiple victims As mentioned people are less dangerous if you only attack with a bat instead of a gun It is less likely to harm multiple victims However with a gun you can shoot it aimlessly and feel no remorse Today Shootings are up 33 percent from a year ago And in the 18 to 21 age bracket firearm-related
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