Banning Of Guns Essay

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The Banning of Guns I am doing my report on the banning of guns in the United Stated of America. I do no think that guns should be banned from the Untied States of America because there is one reason they would be banned for, people shooting one another. But guns are not only used for killing people, they are used for many other things too. People use them for hunting. People would no longer be able to hunt if guns are banned. They are used for hunting deer, birds, or any other animals that are hunted. " About three/fourths of all U.S.homes own at least one gun. The top reason for gun ownership are protecting the home, hunting,and target shooting. Gun violence is a ...view middle of the document...

The federal government and all U.S. states have some gun control laws. These laws are based on several strategies: forbidding certain types of people from obtaining any firearms prohibiting any other than the police, the military, and people with special needs from acquiring certain types of guns and requiring purchasers to wait some period of time before purchasing a gun or gun license. The most common gun control strategy attempts to prohibit unresponsible people from obtaining guns. Federal and state laws prohibit people who have been convicted of a felony. Federal law and many state laws also prohibit minors from obtaining guns. Another gun control strategy centers around high-risk guns, guns that are especially likely to be misused. Since 1934 federal law has severely restricted sale and ownership of machine guns and sawed-off shotguns. The Congress of the United States judged these to be high-risk weapons. Since the late 1980s, many people have proposed adding some semiautomatic rifles and pistols to the list of restricted high-risk weapons.These guns require a separate pull of the trigger to fire each round of ammunition but can quickly fire many rounds. In 1994 a federal law prohibited the manufacture and importation of some semiautomatic guns, which are called assault weapons in the legislation. So after I have researched and looked for all the information I could find, I still think that guns should not be illegal. But, I do think that...

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