The Second Amendment states that "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." But to what extent is this Amendment true? I see this law as a right for people to go out and willingly fire at anyone who they feel as though are threatening or hurting them. Maybe if they came up with a list of situations in which it is alright to fire, then, this law would have meaning to it. But, even then, there are flaws; like the different views of situations; situations that seem threatening to one person, and not to the other person. What are we to do at that point?
I have to say, though, that I understand the kind of side people who carry guns come from. I know gun owners have a good reason for having their gun. But giving permission and accepting gun carrying as legal, should cause a great deal of insecurity in people. This is where danger starts and elevates.
I know there are restrictions for the types of people who cannot own guns, but people change. People don’t always stay the same. A good, hard working, family man who carries a gun could turn bad in a matter of seconds, minutes, days. He could become any of the things on the restriction list in such a short matter of time. I’m trying to be logical here and not assuming that this happens all the time, but we have to be logical as well and see all the sides to this law.