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People Kill People There are many people in the world who own handguns but we ask ourselves if guns are the problem or if criminals are the problem Many would believe that its the guns that kill people but what about the people who possess these guns There is way too much focus on guns and not the criminals walking our streets today criminals who should be behind bars Gun control makes no effort to control criminals Therefore homicide will not be reduced by putting a ban on guns but instead by eliminating the criminals who commit these crimes Many believe that by banning guns crime will be reduced In fact there are actual studies that show reduced homicide rates are due to stricter laws on handguns Although it may seem logical it is a total false theory How is it so certain that stricter laws on handguns are directly related to the reduced homicides How do we know that many people just didnt feel like killing anybody that year There is no absolute positive reason for why homicide was dropped Therefore making this statement ridiculous and not valid Controlling handguns is taking away the rights of our citizens Rights that we have in almost anything we do in our everyday lives For example many people love fast food yet fast food when abused is very unhealthy and harmful to our bodies It causes heart problems and may even cause death Now do we put a ban on fast food of course not The concept is virtually the same with handguns Or if our home was invaded by a robber but we have nothing to protect ourselves because of the ban on handguns Gun control does nothing but put us the citizen at a disadvantage and the criminal at an advantage Many say that the NRA makes it too easy too get handguns The NRA actually is trying to get crime off
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