away with cars. If smoking is killing people, then outlaw cigarettes. The rationality can go on and on, but education and common sense can help control some if not all the problems. Believing game I believe that the people of the great country mean well and want to protect us. Sometimes laws and be created that can cause more harm than good. I believe in the right to own a gun to both protect myself and my loved ones. I believe I have the right to own a high-powered rifle to hunt larger game animals. I also believe that if I committed a violent crime that took away this right, then that's a choice that I made for myself when I broke the law. In conclusion The rights for every law abiding citizens to bear arms is the rights that our forefathers fought and died for to establish this great country. Guns do not kill people; people kill people. Proper education on gun safety and proper laws that screen the process of the purchase is the answer to gun control. If guns were ever outlawed, then only criminals will have guns, and that's just a scary thought.
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