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Gun Control Won’t Solve the Problem In The USA [Video]

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Gun control, with how the liberals and the media try to positively portray it, still won’t solve the problem in the U.S. Continue reading to know why we think so!

Can Gun Control Solve the Problem?

 

No, It Won’t. And Here’s Why!

Gun control has been a hot topic in our country for a while. And every time this happens, the liberal politicians are pushing the narrative that the only way to solve the problem of “gun violence” in America is with more oppressive gun control laws.

Of course, we know that more laws won’t stop these shootings, and in fact, they will in all likelihood make the problem even worse. Its just plain common sense, according to those who are against gun control and pro second amendment.

After all, when was the last time you heard of a shooter being deterred by a “gun free zone” sign? That is only one of the gun control issues law-abiding and responsible gun-owners holds against pro-gun control.

The video below from the NRA talks about one tragedy which gun control would do nothing to stop — and what might actually solve the problem.

 

Check out this video from Colion Noir and let us know what you think!

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We’ve all heard these lines over and over again. Taking the constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens will never solve anything. Gun doesn’t kill, but people do. If people and politicians start being rational and not run their mouths on emotion, we can actually solve the real problem. Gun control will not solve the problem but addressing the issue down to its roots will.

What’s your own take on the gun control debate? Are you for or against the 2nd rights amendment? Tell us all about it in the comments section below. Don’t worry we are very much for the First Amendment!

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on December 8, 2013, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.

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  1. BPG

    August 12, 2021 at 1:05 PM

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    The big elephant in the room in concern to “gun control” is not acknowledging that the United States at large does in fact have gun control and lots of it. The rhetoric that the gun control groups have done an amazing job in promoting, is that the United States is a gun crazy nation and person can just run out and buy a gun as easily as buying an ice cream cone. That just is not true. The legal purchase of a firearm for even those most vetted is a fully procedural occurrence that is recorded and federally “refereed”. For those individuals who do not legally obtain firearms none of this applies as they are committing a crime and therefore criminals.
    1. Most states have a minimum age for both long guns and hand guns (hand guns are America’s “go to” firearm by and large)
    2. Though some states do not require a permit to purchase or carry a firearm, concealed or otherwise there are many states that have a stringent gun purchase regulatory and control program in place.
    3. There are nationwide regulations or “controls” addressing who is legally permitted to own a firearm much less be in possession of a firearm.
    4. The federal regulatory agencies of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are heavily involved in the execution of a host of federal firearm laws and regulations, including managing federal firearms dealers and providing background checks for every legal transfer of a firearm. In most cases every legal transfer of ownership between one entity and another, that transfer must go through a federal firearms dealer and the receiver must pass an FBI background check.
    5. Most if not all municipalities have made the discharge of a firearm within city limits illegal (a potentially difficult circumstance for legally carrying citizens who maybe faced with a bodily injury or life threatening circumstance)
    6. Many “May Issue” states, such as New York State have created a gun control program that is arduous enough to dissuade all but the most insistent from obtaining a permit to legally be in possession of a firearm.
    7. Many states have put limits or bans on certain types of firearms or features of firearms such as magazine capacity or physical features of a firearm that is felt to allow for such transformation of said firearm as to increase the users advantage to such a significant degree that it is felt (feelings) that it needs to be banned. There are laws on how many firearms can purchased at one time and “cool off” periods that some individuals need to go through before being allowed to be in possession of a recently purchased firearm. There are protocols for citizens who maybe in possession of a firearm when cooperating with law enforcement. There have been some instances of limiting ammunition purchases.
    8. There are very stringent laws and regulations on how a firearm may be transported and where that transportation can take place.
    Most transportation hubs being in greater metropolitan centers of course also have banned firearms all together.
    Some states have created laws which over shadow the federal laws of safe transport to the degree that a law abiding citizen instantly becomes a felon upon crossing states lines.

    These are just a few of the existing controls that are actively in place and zealously enforced. The real question regarding “gun control” is how much more burden will be placed upon a Constitutional amendment and who are those that need to be controlled. The truth of the matter is that armed citizens are thorn in the side of those who’s goals it is to control its population. An unarmed population is absolutely no guarantee for a government or group to oppress but does represent a significant hurdle as do many other factors such as a highly educated society. (Pen/Sword argument)
    So ultimately gun control is about controlling people and has nothing to do with guns at all. Guns without people behind them are nothing more than lumps of metal and plastic so let’s call it what it really is. It’s a control on people who represent in total a large group or a population. Gun control is population or citizen control.

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