There are a few simple steps to enact gun control in America.
1. Lower Anxiety
A lot of people tend to get very anxious when considering their own opinions on gun control.
Thus, a principle area of discussion needs to focus on how to lower anxiety about the topic.
Not everyone is 100% comfortable with the idea, so by focusing on open and honest discussion we can actually get some work done.
By lowering anxiety about the topic, more people can be taught critical information and find the obvious answers to their questions.
2. Get a Grip
Similarly, more people also need to be educated on the topic of gun control. They need to learn more about how the world works, and more specifically about how the world of firearms work.
Don’t sit around and cross your thumbs, get involved. Learn it yourself and then go tell others. Just get a grip.
3. Have a Steady Hand
Much like surgeons, gun control requires a steady hand. Keep it focused on the task of creating gun control in America.
Build those arm muscles. Then practice shooting so you have some experience with the recoil.
Learn how to control your gun. Gun control comes with practice.
The most important part about gun control is controlling the person behind the gun.
Keep that hand steady.
4. Remember The Laws
And finally, remember the cardinal rules of proper gun control:
- The gun is always loaded
- Never point the gun at something you are not willing to destroy
- Always be sure of your target and what is behind it
- Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target
How to Create Gun Control in America – Conclusion
I hope these four tips have inspired the activist spirit inside of you to help create gun control in America.
Thanks for reading.
Check out this interesting article by JPFO about Jamaica’s successful gun control endeavor. The format of the website is pretty bad, but it has some gems such as:
Women have a particular stake in preserving the right to bear arms. There is no way to describe the helplessness a woman feels when she is disarmed and made helpless by anyone. Add to that the rage she feels when the agency who is disarming her and leaving her at the mercy of rapists, murderers, goons and thugs, is a sanctimonious government telling her that it’s “for her own good.”
Although there are many serious issues in today’s roiling political and social stew, I believe that preserving and restoring the Bill of Rights in general, and the Second Amendment in particular, is the most pivotal and basic issue to all Americans, and particularly female Americans, even if they don’t yet know it. The consummate idiocy propounded by some folks (including some women) that the Second Amendment exists only to protect sportsmen’s rights is particularly ridiculous relevant to women, most of whom don’t hunt, and who care more about being able to get a decent hand-gun for self-protection than a hunting rifle to pursue deer or elk.
Anyone who thinks the Bill of Rights is either “out of date,” “hokey” or “needs revising” – all of which I’ve heard from well-meaning but tragically ignorant and complacent Americans – should try living in a country which doesn’t have one. I have been there and done that, and I don’t want to go through it ever again – especially not in my own native nation. So I am dedicated to preventing today’s government nanny from turning, as so often has occurred in history, into tomorrow’s government despot.