Gun control was always present in the United States ever since the early formation of the constitution. But something has changed over the centuries. Gun control has become more and more strict. Why did it happen? Luckily, we got two people to interview and grab their opinions about the recent gun control.
“I don’t see a reason to own a gun in a house were children grow,” said German Kleiman, a New Yorker that does not own a gun “It can be dangerous and not beneficial that much.” German states that owning a weapon of any kind in a house has more drawbacks than benefits. Young children can accidently take it and cause death and beyond other damage. German is for the gun control and does not want to even get close to owning a gun.
“I honestly think that it is great to own one,” said Eulusha Kleiman, a Canadian gun owner and a deer hunter “It has a lot of benefits, especialy when it is a hobbie of mine to hunt deer.” Eulusha started deer hunting as a teenager and officially owned couple of hunting rifles for years. He feels confident about owning one because it can help him to stay safe in a case of an emergency. Eulusha is for the gun control because he thinks that not everyone should own one unless they have liscence.
Looks like we got the same opinion from two different people, a gun owner and an anti-gun owner. But one shared quality was shown, its is that they are both for the gun control.