Concealed Weapon Laws Should Not Be Banned

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Concealed Weapon Laws Should Not Be Banned
Should laws concerning concealed weapons be passed or should they be banned. Michael Barone tells how he first believed how laws regarding concealed weapons were passed in his state ((41). Barone was afraid that people would start shooting each other over traffic tickets, but his fear never happened. Often people who carry concealed guns become heroes as they stop criminals from hurting innocent people. Laws concerning concealed weapons should not be banned because people who carry concealed weapons can stop criminals; the concealed weapons often create a feeling of safety and security for those carrying weapons, and statistics show that in states where concealed weapons are allowed that fewer...
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