Top 10 Reasons Why Guns Should Not Be Banned in the United StatesDoroExploro13 This list is not intended to incite controversy, but to foster an even-sided debate.
The US Constitution’s Second Amendment reads: “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.”
The issue of gun control is global, but since it is most controversial in the United States of America, that nation is referred to most in the following entries.
The Top Ten
Yes, if guns are banned people won't die to guns, but they will be killed with other things. It's called thinking things though. What will the result of the ban be? There are more than one thing that will happen.
If someone broke in to a persons house, without a firearm, but the person whos house was being broken into did have a firearm, and he shot and killed the man who broke into the house then logic holds that the man whos house was being broken into be put in jail, but peoples sense say that the gun kept him safe.
In countries where guns are banned, there are NO PEOPLE KILLED BY GUNS. Wake up America! It ain't rocket science!
This is true but how can they kill if they don't have a weapon duh ya didn't think about thatV 29 Comments
I am a posh brit! I have read the 2nd Amendment! Guess what guns they had back then? I will give 10 seconds... it would take them about 30 seconds to get one fire! Now it is like one nanosecond to get 100 fires!. - DylanB5
Just repeal it. - MChkflaguard_Yt
Not only that, no politician will ever say "I'm only going to modify or get rid of one part of the constitution then will stop, promise." If they do say that, they're lying. We've seen liberal politicians create free-speech zones to limit the power of the first amendment with George W. Bush and Barack Obama's presidencies, and if the second amendment can be modified, what will stop politicians from modifying any other amendment? The answer is nothing. - nerffan8000
The real question is how many people against gun laws actually read the second amendment - NonpointedV 3 Comments
Rule with an iron fist for a while then, period! - MChkflaguard_Yt
If guns were banned no matter what someone would figure out how to get a gun
Example: the uk - Weirdest-thing
It's true it won't stop people from killing each other they will either find another weapon or illegally use the guns which is worse.
Yup. People can still kill each other by stabbing. - Userguy44
exactlyV 10 Comments
I agree with this. Kempokid, if you are to carry a gun on you will probably have it loaded.
How is martial arts going to protect you against a person 15 feet away with a pistol?
Guns are good for self defense.
There is martial arts! - MChkflaguard_YtV 5 Comments
This reinforces gun control. We are taking their weapons away. - MChkflaguard_Yt
THIS is the biggest issue with shooters. Most of them are actually cowards. They will shoot unarmed people, but if they see someone with a weapon as well, they will most likely fare not as well. Having JUST ONE method of defense (and it doesn't have to be a gun either) will make a shooter less likely to target you. - Nonpointed
I accept murder of bad unarmed people though.
This heightened competition will make a bad situation worse. Guns will be smuggled and delivered in secrecy and the perception of seeing someone with a gun will be dangerously low. In addition, those with an obsession to guns will get into the black market and find himself invested in shady businesses. - CrimsonShark
I completely agree, Banning guns will just lower are way of defending our selves. There's no point
There are barely any black markets where I live, then just ban BLACK MARKETS! Whoever has a black market will be arrested.V 2 Comments
Nah. Japan has very strict gun laws, and it has very low crime rate. Same for South Korea. - MChkflaguard_Yt
Definitely true that many European countries have higher rates of violent street crime than the US. Also, it you take away the half-dozen worst "inner cities", the US is an extremely safe place. Google and Wikipedia are your friends on these statistics. Not quite the same thing, but the suicide rate of numerous European nations is also higher than the US, and the suicide rate in Japan and South Korea, that have zero guns, is more than double.
Without any evidence or facts to support this claim, I can't really believe this. Try giving some sources for your info. - cjWriter1997
Take a look at Mexico. They have much more stricter gun laws than the US but has areas that are literal death zones. - Not_A_Weeaboo
It doesn't matter if the law applies to criminals or not. They will continue to act like criminals regardless.
But still try it - MChkflaguard_Yt
I’m pretty sure laws apply to criminals too. I think the correct way to word this reason would be Criminals don’t care about laws
Yah, 'Muricans love their guns... - cjWriter1997
Yes it’s in American. Pictures is a burglar breaks into your house with a gun and you have no means of protection for you or your family now it’s between you and the burger with a gun what exactly are you going to do to him if he has a shotgun and you have your first unless you were some trained assassin or something somebody is going to get hurt.
There are no terrorist attacks in Japan, which has strict gun laws. Same for hong kong, china and south korea.
This is a matter of border control. - MChkflaguard_Yt
That is true, Europe has many gun regulations. Britain for example banned guns, bombings, stabbings, and other terror attacks surged afterwards and are getting worse
I love guns there cool
Very true. During WW2, Japanese military leadership decided against even short incursions onto the US mainland, specifically because they feared the fact that most US households had at least one gun in them.
This is false. Look up the studies instead of foolishly comparing very different countries like Mexico and the US. After you control for things like income, almost every study finds that countries, states, regions, and households with more guns all tend to have higher homicide rates. Look up: "Firearm Availability and Homicide: A Review of the Literature." - Y2K
Even the study you refer to states that "None of the studies prove causation." There are plenty of studies that also say the same thing, a lengthy study by the National Research Foundation proved this with "Firearms and Violence: A Critical Review" among others. It is true that the United States has the highest rate of gun homicides, but what we don't know is whether or not the high level of violence has caused the high ownership of guns. Also data on gun ownership is based on surveys, which are insufficient ways to collect data - studies also don't elaborate on the multiple factors as to why someone would own a firearm. - nerffan8000
More guns do not equate with a higher homicide rate. The United States currently has a lower homicide rate than Russia and Mexico, even though the gun ownership in both of those countries is significantly lower when adjusted for population. There's also countries like Switzerland which, as noted by USA Today, has 2 million guns in circulation for an 8 million population, and the country has the second lowest homicide rate per 100,000 people according to a chart on FreedomPhilosophy.T.V.. The idea that gun ownership increases homicides isn't supported by facts and statistics the United States has been calculating since 1950. - nerffan8000
Yes there dumb, but isn't that more of a reason to step up regulations? I mean if a COUPLE PEOPLE decide "hey lets go shoot a school" then the other person goes "ok sounds like fun" then they skip merrily down to the school and shoot 100 kids ALONE and lord knows what else happens. this is just insulting because my school had a lockdown and the man broke down our door.(no one was hurt (at least not in that classroom). and if we had a stronger law system we wouldn't have people who have mental problems and are just crazy running around with a DEADLY WEPON AND KILLING PEOPLE y'all crazy to think guns are cool and are ok.
Yes, they can be dangerous in the wrong hands but I think its dumb that the law makers are going to try and take our money by taking our guns, we already give them enough money don't you think?
I solely subsist on eating guns
For people who cannot afford ford it allows them to go out and capture their own.
Nice oneV 3 Comments
You see if you ban guns you will not only have upset people who have had their rights taken away, but you will also have bad guys with illegal guns shooting innocent people who don't have guns. Really all you have to do is think of it this way, if their is a physio-path killer with a illegally gotten gun on the lose, who's gonna be able to stop him? Only a good person with a gun, like a cop, who is there ready to shoot back. I'm not saying that we should let people have guns and run around silly, but there is no need to ban them what we should do is educate people about safety with guns, usage of guns, and how to be a good, lawful, decent citizen. So forth we can get criminals who have guns to be put in jail and if they are proven to have changed they can go back out again, but are gonna be put on watch. Plus all those people who have guns in their homes are now going against the law and people will only get them illegally. In addition to that for all of the hard core Americans out ...more
False just false
There is a thing called martial arts. Just disable the shooter with kung fu or judo or whatever, call the police and have them make an arrest. - MChkflaguard_Yt
It's so true
So we ban guns and we expect the government to help us out, right? Well, they won't and they haven't been for years. The FBI has dropped the ball on several catastrophes in the past, and I'll list a few right now. The Boston Globe has reported that the FBI failed to act on the warning signs over the would-be Boston Marathon bombers, the Pulse nightclub shooter was on an FBI watchlist for two years before he murdered 49 people in the name of Islam, the Fort Lauderdale airport gunman told the FBI he was being mind-controlled by the CIA before the rampage, and the FBI was warned twice about the gunman that killed several students in Parkland before the shooting and did nothing. Answering the question of government incompetence by disarming the masses and making us more reliant on the government makes absolutely no sense. - nerffan8000
Like Nicholas Cruz. He was mentally ill, and he murdered 17 people. It wasn’t the guns fault there, rather his mental health. - PackFan2005
The Los Angeles times states: "According to our research, at least 59% of the 185 public mass shootings that took place in the United States from 1900 through 2017 were carried out by people who had either been diagnosed with a mental disorder or demonstrated signs of serious mental illness prior to the attack."
The Brady Campaign is a company who insures background checks before selling the guns: a much more effective method than banning every single gun in the United States. - Not_A_Weeaboo
Exactly. It’s not a gun problem it’s a people problem - RandomatorV 1 Comment
Examples would include police officers, soldiers, and ranchers, as you need a gun to keep wild hogs off your property. - railfan99
If policemen are racist pigs, people should be allowed to have guns to defend themselves.
"All police is evi" is a claim by libertarians, who are conserative.
Know the differences. - MChkflaguard_Yt
Guns can easily be illegally produce
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Top Remixes (4)
2. Gun possession is too widespread to be reversed
3. Banning guns will only increase their demand in the black market.
2. Guns don't kill people, people kill people
3. It won't stop people from killing each other
2. Laws don't apply to criminals anyway
3. People who like killing target unarmed people
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