|from the looks you don't own any firearms. There are other reasons too such as sport(target practice) and collections.|
Sport I suppose I implicitly grouped with hunting. Probably should have just said Sport instead.
However, collecting? Fine. Let's collect without the $1000+ crate of ammunition then.
|Maybe 1 / 10000000 people do this? Though they probably do this with anything such as pipes, knives, baseball bats, ect...|
That's bologna and you know it. How many times have we seen someone illegally get a gun, shoot someone with it, and then throw it away? It's a common case.
And the difference between knives and a baseball bat is that both are closer range and it's a lot harder to stab someone in the face than it is to shoot them in the face. Have you ever tried cutting someone?
|This is what we call negligence and also you should take gun safety classes if you are not familiar with one. Also accidents happen with anything. I am sure more people die in car accidents than accidentally tripping and shooting themselves. Anyways no one buys an uzi for safety often times it will be a handgun for public/private use and a shotgun for private use. We also need guns to protect our nation.|
A handgun for public use? The public isn't a shooting arena. What the actual fudge.
The car analogy is the same! I think something should eventually replace cars, as there is quite a large margin for human error. However, our society's transit too heavily requires cars. To change while we still have no real alternatives to replace it with would be silly. That doesn't make it right.
|You might as well give up all your rights then.|
So because we should regulate something that has proven to be a danger, we should give up rights to all other things. That is not logical or an argument against gun control.
|There is also this "Guns kill people" argument. No, guns don't kill people. People kill people. If guns were gone, it'd be "Swords kill people" or "Axes kill people" or "Sledgehammers kill people".|
While people do kill people, guns enable that action. There's no reason to enable people to do that, especially since we don't care to fix said people.
There may be cases where "Axes kill people" but it would be far less than then cases of "Guns kill people".
|Overpopulation, starvation, poverty, ect...|
So you think that death is necessary by the hands of another? Yes, totally ideal logic there.
Has anyone who is pro-gun looked at 3rd party countries who have implemented gun bans and regulations? Has anyone seen a downside to those results? Has anyone looked into the problems they ran into whenever they went through said movements?