Table of Contents
- Definition of the claim
- Counter argument
- People who support the claim
- Other interested parties
Gun laws are the state laws set by the state in order to regulate the ownership and usage of guns. There are various groups who support the gun laws in the state and other groups who oppose the gun laws claiming to be too restrictive.
The people define the claim as the control measures by the government which denies individuals rights to own guns for self-defense. The people who support the claim that gun laws are in danger of becoming too restrictive base their argument on the individual’s right to own the gun which is used for self-defense from attacks by the criminals.
The counter-argument made by the groups that do not support the claim that gun laws are in danger of becoming too restrictive base their argument on the fact that the laws help to reduce gun violence by the people in the country(Kleck,2017).
Some of the people who argue that use of gun laws by the state is becoming too restrictive are the gun owners who claim to own guns for self-defense in case of any kind of attack from the local and foreign criminals.
An example of other interested parties that support the claim that gun laws are in danger of becoming too restrictive are the persons who hold various political positions who are usually at high risks of being attacked by the enemies and therefore there is the need for them to be well armed for self-defense.
In conclusion, various states have employed the gun laws in various activities which regulate the way guns in the country are used. Use of gun laws has to some point been too restrictive denying some individuals the right to own a gun for self-defense.
- Kleck, G. (2017). Point blank: Guns and violence in America. Routledge.