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The Right to Bear Arms

  • Date Submitted: 07/05/2010 02:55 PM
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Since the early days of the pioneers, colonists and settlers, firearms have been part of the American tradition as protection for these individuals. As we near the end of the twentieth century the use of guns has changed significantly in a rate that no person could possibly imagine. Because of this fast and steady increases in crime, the fight for the right to own a hand gun has been a hotly debated issue in the recently years. The right to bear arms goes way back to when the second amendment was first passed. Certainly people have been using all this type of weapons available to fight crime or commit them. As we know now people are trying to have firearms In order to protect themselves and their love ones. This people will have this freedom if the law to carry arms in their current state is approved. Although other kind of persons don’t agree that gun control is necessary for the safety of the individuals that are in favor of it, regulating the distribution and sales of illegal guns is needed because of the homicides and other kind of bad use of these dangerous firearms, this regulations can help reduce the rate of crimes attended by criminals. More importantly than implementing stricter gun control laws is for the government to take actions to regulate and eliminate the illegal markets where firearms are bought by individuals that cannot legally own one. There should not be no more restrictions and laws regarding the right to bear arms, given that the current laws provide the necessary safeguards against gun-related crimes. Owning a firearm gives persons a way to protect themselves and their family and this is a right that no one should take away.
                    The right to bear arms has been around for many years. It all started with the introduction of the second amendment which was introduced into our nation when the Constitution was ratified in 1791. To America the right to bear arms has been a tradition ever since the colonist settled on North...


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