Killing someone is never an answer to any injustice or wrong doing or whatsoever reason. The so called gun control does not play any key role in curtailing the crimes in our society. As here in America, tougher penalties should be put in place as opposed to legalizing the use of weapons by the government. Though everyone has a fundamental right to be in possession of arms, it is no doubt that there are always less crimes when the flow of guns is curtailed. Our founding fathers deemed it fit and necessary for it to be enshrined into our constitution. Ultimately, the government or the federal state has right to restrict or infringe this right.
An independent survey that was carried out (by a Comparative Survey of State Firearm Laws, 2010) showed that the states with the strongest and severest gun laws have reduced cases of crimes. With this, I support the gun regularization of gun laws.
Some of the states in America with the strongest gun laws (in percentage) in 2010
Australia and America advocate for gun control laws to be tightened but when you look into that statistics, there is a noticeable different in that it has been a huge success in Australia as opposed to the United States of America. Many lives have been saved.
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