"The right to undergo arms?" Should it be made tenet contained by the UK?


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Yes, otherwise the UK would be stuffed in a zombie apocalypse.
It is my understanding that crime surrounded by the UK to a sharp increase after the confiscation. Same in Australia. People cling to the myth of the manic west when they think of the carry of firearms but it's simply not true. Looking at states in the US who allow open pass which is the ultimate expression of the right to bear arms. One can well see that it not only fails to increase crime but it truly reduces crime. Source(s): http://www.opencarry.org/
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFVH_1r8q… My arms are bear right immediately, its summer.

The answer is no, we don't need it, and what would happen if we have it, vigilantes right left and centre, because the police do not other get it right, do not always come to ones aid, and can see someone have a gun and going on rampage, oh wait a minute, didn't that just come about.
Raoul Moat, and Derek Bird, two who killed indiscriminately, and both took their own lives.
Our murder rate is much lower in the UK than in the US - why risk it?
The right to bear arms no, but the right to protect yourself and your family and property at all costs yes. That's manner having the right to forcibly with adjectives means stopping a car robber from stealing your car. Might not be inside your property but you should have one and the same rights to stop them on your driveway. Whatever is at hand use it, be it a knife a shovel (personal liking of mine) or a pick axe handle.
what would the bear's use for arms~? lol

The argument is real~ respectively person should be able to protect themselves~without the decree getting involved.
I for one would conceal and carry, if times got that fruitless, but I would do it the legal route.
When we can no longer protect ourselves, in our own homes, is the morning the "free world" will be no more.
I am a U.S.A. citizen and a patriot~and a cowgirl at heart.
Shoot.... I just put a jersey on.
I did not realise it was against the law to wear a t shirt!

The right to carry arms like the US would result in problems resembling the US and we are not like the US
I would accidently shoot somone I am sure.
don't let me take a hand gun please!
However If they was permissible I would get a Glock asap for real.
The police are just around the corner if you need them? Ha! Not contained by ireland. Only time you see them is out on the road doing speeding checks on the roads to make money. Maybe if you tied a doughnut to a stick and dragged it along they might. Do you suppose I'm a bit cynical then? LOL Source(s): lardy arses pffffff You want to be like the U.S.?

Our closest neighbor Mexico is one thoroughly trashed by violence in a drug time of war. Guess where the guns come from?

Do you hear about the disgruntled workers who budge back to their jobs and shoot everyone? Depressed kids who conduct mass killing at their high schools? Countless gang in every big city with automatic missiles more advanced than the police?

Want that?
Your society had had a arbitrariness to adapt to a different environment and a different set of mores than the Americans. Vive La Difference. No, I don't think you should do a 180 level turn at high velocity. If you think a better course than yours exists, try it on a small portion of your country first and see how it works out.
Definately not, smaller quantity people with access to firearms the better, lucklessly experience shows like recently contained by cumbria and northumberland, and more so in the states, anybody with a mental sickness can cause havoc, anybody who is highly strung, disconcerted, depressed, disgruntled like we see so often contained by the states in schools, could enjoy potential access to firearms if our laws were relaxed. Source(s): serving armed police officer <sarcasm> Yeah, we see how capably that works out in the states... </sarcasm> Can you imagine the anarchy if we give guns to chavs? Most people are too stupid to bar them responsibly.

A few more reasons against the right to bear arms below:

6 year dated boy killed by bullet fired into the air up to 2 miles away during a unusual years celebration in Georgia. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnew…

A 4-year old girl died after discovering a gun surrounded by daddy's closet http://www.witn.com/home/headlines/10034…

There were 123 paediatric firearm deaths contained by Miami-Dade County from 1994 to 1998 http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/cg…

In 2006, 642 people died in the United States from the unintentional discharge of firearms http://www.numberof.net/number-of-accide…

These numbers of course, are only for chance deaths (and only for children, as these cases are deem more newsworthy than when it happens to adults), they don't include cases of murder by firearm, which are ridiculously high within parts of America.
No, because our mindset is like that of insanity who thinks that shooting a kid for smashing window is o.k. If you own a gun then you should only use it if you are surrounded by fear of your life, deplorably there are things that drive all of us insane, one of mine is nation blasting music out all night, keeping me awake which money I and my partner have gone to work with no sleep whatsoever. I swear that if I have a gun there are occasions where on earth I might well have shoot such society, especially as my partner has ended up surrounded by floods of tears where she can't sleep, the result would be their life finished and my existence finished.
How about the right to bare arms - but individual in the summer?
Can you imagine Chavs with guns?

We can't bar our booze in this country.
You honestly think that mixing booze and guns is a perfect idea?
At least the US have much stricter alcohol laws and a better attitude to drinking in comparison beside over here.

No thanks.

(Besides, we have the Great British medium that fights for our rights in a course that the US doesn't have)
It will probably never happen. Perhaps the major reason the founders of the United States gave the right to suffer arms, is to ensure that the Constitution belongs to "the people." Plus, there are some areas contained by the U.S. where cops either don't show up, or they are too far away to comfort. The fathers of the Constitution were resourcefully aware of the Highland Clearances, and they knew this was made possible by disarming the Clansmen. Without ordnance, they would be subjected to anything authority desired.

As far as the UK? I don't see any need.
you do have the right to have a gun(for hunting ) you do obligation a licence .. as for criminals .. well they have guns anyway.... the real question is should the police be armed ...
no we already have enough gun crime contained by UK
no

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I see some jokers can't engineer the distinction between 'bear' and 'bare' lol. No, the UK doesn't need it at all. We already enjoy the worst crime rate in western Europe and per head, it's certainly worse then America's. Can you imagine what it would be close to with even more guns accessible by these people? I am proud that we don't enjoy the 'right' to bear arms.
Yes.
When seconds count, the police are minutes away. You should know how to protect yourself.
No
Look at America, and things approaching fort hood, and high school shootings, gang killing each other, merely like 2pac and many other family.
Mind blowing, stripped arms and tights what a jester.
It is a very grey area discussing something similar to this. On one hand, the police may not be around when they're actually needed. And in opposition, guns may fall into the wrong hands of infallible lunatics(Thomas Hamilton, Raoul Moat, Derrick Bird).
You should be original. Arm bear instead! ^^
Those who wish to bear arms surrounded by the UK already have them.


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