There are two Americans in a room, both have a gun. They get into an argument. Who gets shot and killed?
The American gun owner's house is currently being robbed. The gun owner doesn't hear the robber enter his bedroom where he has his loaded gun on the side table, ready for him to spring into action. The robber picks up the gun. Who gets killed?
The American gun owner is working in the yard while his 10yo son and his son's friend from school are playing Xbox. The boys get bored and the 10yo asks his mate if he wants to see something Cool. He grabs the gun from his Dad's side table. Who gets killed?
The American gun owner's 15yo daughter, after the loss of her little brother, just broke up with her boyfriend. She just wants the pain to stop. She goes into her parents room and sees the gun. Who gets killed?
There are two Australians in a room, neither of them have a Gun. They get into an argument. Who gets shot and killed?
In the other scenarios above, in Australia, who gets shot? No one
Knuckles · 2 years ago
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The debate about gun control is often centered around [choose one: the second amendment/self-defense/crime control/violence.] One example of this can be found in [describe an event, law or fact related to this facet of the gun control debate.]
Additionally, gun control laws regulate the [choose one: sale/possession/modification/use] of firearms by civilians. This impacts [describe who or what this branch of gun control impacts and how.]
- The United States has a pervasive gun culture stemming from the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution which states that "A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
- The United States has the highest per capita and total number of guns in the world.
- Gun control is hotly debated because it involves issues of violence as well as issues of personal defense.
- Those who support stricter gun control laws believe that firearms should be more regulated by governmental entities, while those who support fewer gun control laws believe that such measures take away basic rights and securities.
- Those impacted by gun control laws include all citizens who wish to own a personal firearm for self-defense, sport hunting or collecting.
- Specific gun control measures include background checks and limitations on types of firearms and ammunition that may be legally purchased by citizens.
ProCon.org Information about Gun Control
JustFacts.com Resources on Gun Control
Atlantic.com Guide to Gun Laws in America and Worldwide