But not everyone should have the right to own a gun in order to clearly understand why some gun control may be the answer it is important to understand the history of gun control many gun control activists believe that the solution is simple ban all guns and there won’t be any crimes committed with guns.
Banning all guns is not the answer jim mcdermott december 07, 2015 when i entered the society of jesus, i was surprised to find out our community was filled with guns. Ncjw and the progressive policy institute are committed to banning guns the process is simple: 1) ban “assault weapons” 2) define whatever you don’t like as an assault weapon 3) presto – ban huge categories of guns.
Ncjw and the progressive policy institute are committed to banning guns the process is simple: 1) ban assault weapons 2) define whatever you don’t like as an assault weapon 3) presto – ban huge categories of guns. Banning guns is not the answer: gun control is gun control is and has been a controversial issue for many years many american citizens believe that if gun control is strictly enforced it would quickly reduce the threat of crime some people believe that gun control is a plot to take away guns other people state they would not be able to hunt.
The crux of the problem revolves around legislation as long as democrats insist that new gun laws and bans are the only way to stop or slow gun violence, the republicans and most of the american people will stand in their way - u nless they rush to pass new gun laws and bans within 2-3 weeks of major mass shootings. Banning guns and magazines is not the answer the 1990s assault weapons ban only publicized semi-automatic weapons and created a large demand for them in switzerland, male citizens are required to keep an automatic or semi-automatic rifle in their home, and there have been no mass shootings there.
Banning guns is not the answer as americans, our forefathers created the second amendment for a reason times have not changed enough that we can completely feel safe in our homes many people believe that by banning guns it would be harder for dangerous people to get guns but the fact is criminals will still be able to acquire guns.
Nope (and we don’t want to “ban” all guns, either) but we’d have no problem with severe safety regulations and oversight on the manufacture, purchase and use of guns, just as those in effect for the manufacture, purchase and use of automobiles.
However, banning handguns fails to protect people because the laws are ineffective, banning handguns prevents people from an effective means of self-defense, and the laws do not solve the real problem, which is the gun owner. Before i started researching gun deaths, gun-control policy used to frustrate me i wished the national rifle association would stop blocking common-sense gun-control reforms such as banning assault weapons, restricting silencers, shrinking magazine sizes and all the other measures that could make guns less deadly. Why banning all guns is not the answer those who support an all-out ban on firearms tend to live under the assumption that banning all gun sales would instantly result in a crime-free world on the pro-gun side, however, we see this sort of narrow-minded thinking as a telltale sign of how shallow their levels of critical thinking truly are.