Pro-Gun Vs. Anti-Gun: Is There Middle Ground?


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  • KoTs_PHISH
    KoTs_PHISH 17 hours ago


  • Crixzly _
    Crixzly _ 20 hours ago

    You can’t buy guns at gunshows

    • Crixzly _
      Crixzly _ 17 hours ago

      TombWraith no you’re wrong. Gun shows are an event where people can show off the guns that they own. Second they can be obtained you’re right about that, my bad, but they can only be obtained if you’ve passed a background check, psychological test, and have the right certificates/licenses. Keep in mind that this is if the person is a reasonable and smart gun owner (which most owners are). You can get it illegally by a person selling you one without any credentials. So my bad what I was meaning to say was legally

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 18 hours ago

      Yes you can. That's kinda what they're there for.

  • Scott Williams
    Scott Williams Day ago

    If you try and use a private sale at a gun show as your reason to ban guns then you need to get a grip. Private sales are LEGAL!
    You want to ban guns yet you call people with guns to protect you. Duh.

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 23 hours ago

      Yes you absolutely can. Regardless of whether it is on the street or at a show, unless you are buying from an FFL dealer, the sale is considered private. So stop saying you can't buy guns at gun shows without a background check. That is 100% false.

  • DarknessTheKnightmare

    Anti-gun people couldn't relate with Pro-gun people when they were almost threated.

  • Sina Allen
    Sina Allen Day ago

    Really happy I live in Germany 🇩🇪

  • jnelson
    jnelson Day ago

    Okay the myth of going to a gun show and buying guns with cash is horribly inaccurate. Steven crowder did a whole video where he went to numerous guns shows, it was a small sample size but it at least showed its not like you can just walk in and out with a gun.

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith Day ago

      Except crowder specifically went to people who were dealers, which will require a background check. All 3 of my guns were purchased at shows. All were purchased 3rd party. Never had a background check.

  • J Y
    J Y Day ago

    I love how they keep saying plz more gun control, but yet did not state a single effective way of doing that, the only one I remember being said is already in place. I think ignorance and privilege is a major reason to why a person could be anti-gun.

  • ShengVang
    ShengVang Day ago

    One thing I like about this channel is the diversity presented. I have yet to see a single video of an all red neck group representing all “conservative” views. I’m satisfied because elsewhere, conservatives are always associated with white men and that’s a misrepresentation and it’s dishonest. It leaves out tens of thousands of people like me who are not male or white.

  • Michelle Marie
    Michelle Marie Day ago

    They do background checks when you buy guns. 🤦🏽‍♀️

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith Day ago

      Depends on who you buy them from.

  • Arata Kirishima
    Arata Kirishima 2 days ago

    More people should watch this video.

  • Carlie Byrom
    Carlie Byrom 2 days ago +1

    Idek I feel like all the gun violence is terrible so guns shouldn't be aloud, but then I think about u need a gun to protect your family or yourself so u should be aloud to have guns. I don't know how I should think about guns it's all very scary not knowing what could happen if the wrong person had a gun.

  • YoursTruly #Devine
    YoursTruly #Devine 2 days ago

    We live in a society where we have to carry a gun the reason why is because the devil is stomping Earth grounds and he's on a mission to destroy ALL

  • Liberty Scott
    Liberty Scott 2 days ago

    Damn all this stuff makes me so glad I'm not American. It's a total non issue in the UK. Hardly anyone has guns or feels the need to have them. Does crime exist? Yeah, but generally no firearm is involved on either side, we fight in other ways. Would it be cool for literally just me to have a gun and know i'm one up on everyone else, yeah, but then that'd ultimately go along with everyone else having a gun like in the US and then I'm in a Wild West face off situation with someone else equally with a gun and I'd probably still be screwed. I'm relieved that mass shootings don't exist in the UK. The only issue that is similar here is the knife issue in London, youths carry knifes to feel safer but end up then using them and around a 100 fatal stabbings happen every year, our mayor isn't calling for more people to carry knifes to protect themselves though, he's asking them all to put their knifes down. I get that you guys just have so many of them now you don't see a way out, but I hope you at least get more gun CONTROL at the very very least.

  • Nickolina Regina
    Nickolina Regina 2 days ago +1

    Here in Canada it’s nice

  • Jay Stumpff
    Jay Stumpff 2 days ago

    5:36 no gun show loophole. You cannot go in and buy a gun with no background check. Even if you have “a bunch of cash”. This keeps that myth alive.

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 2 days ago

      Absolutely not true. Depends entirely on who at the show you're buying the gun from. Its treated as a private sale if the purveyor is not an FFL licensed dealer. And there is no mandatory background check on private sales.

  • Bryson Andrews
    Bryson Andrews 2 days ago

    They dont want guns but are probably all in for abortion

  • Alex Mitchell
    Alex Mitchell 3 days ago +1

    I'll save you the time. There is no middle ground. Either you support 2A or you don't....

  • Hayden Formica
    Hayden Formica 3 days ago +1

    5:23 that is not correct at all, it is already illegal to buy a gun without a background check

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 3 days ago

      Not true. Just depends on who you buy the gun from and where. There is no federal background check on private sales, nor do most states have any restrictions on private sales.

  • Sasquatch
    Sasquatch 3 days ago

    My only question for pro-guns is:
    If guns are so good for defense, why can't people take them on a plane, uh?

    • Lizzie Allen
      Lizzie Allen 2 days ago

      Why can't you take a tube of toothpaste over 3 ounces on a plane, uh?

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 3 days ago +1

      Because people dont trust or know your intentions on what you plan to do with it.

  • Musicbandit92
    Musicbandit92 3 days ago +1

    Most gun related deaths are from suicide not shootings sooo the mental health is a huge part of it. Not gun laws

  • Kevin Anrich
    Kevin Anrich 3 days ago

    I believer in 2nd amendment and right of citizen to own a firearm.
    However I also believe that there must be strict background check and gun education before any one can purchase a gun.
    The type of gun available for public should be limited in caliber and magazine capacity. An idea of renewable gun license is worth exploring.

  • Rich Niede
    Rich Niede 3 days ago +1

    All of the anti gun people don’t realize they are only hurting their own supporters meaning a lot of ghetto areas. The bad people will get guns anyway.

  • Dante DiBello
    Dante DiBello 4 days ago +1

    Your either fight or flight fight being pro gun flight being anti gun

  • Claren Dennis
    Claren Dennis 4 days ago

    It seems that if you don't live in a area that has danger in it, then you don't have to need a gun but if you live in a area that has danger in it, then you need a gun... It's a unfortunate reality that people live in

    • Claren Dennis
      Claren Dennis 4 days ago

      +Lizzie Allen well I don't know if you wanna compare places in, let's say, California and the 2 places we'll use are orange county and low Angeles county... I mean you know the difference between the 2 but which county would you need to protect yourself more in??? And if we need to use another example, we can Iowa and Florida... Which one do you probably need a weapon in... And in the hood if you ever go there, look for a fire extinguisher...

    • Lizzie Allen
      Lizzie Allen 4 days ago

      Thing is, there's danger literally everywhere, even the 'good' neighborhoods, even the gated communities, even in the well to do families, you can't just say 'oh we don't have crime here all the time, so I don't need a gun'. You'd NEVER say 'my house has never caught on fire, so I don't really need an extinguisher'.

  • karsten schaffhauser

    big game/ trophy hunters vs. anti hunting

  • S G
    S G 5 days ago

    America is for Europe a real life soap serie

  • Starman
    Starman 5 days ago +1

    "Is their a middle ground" no you either have the right to self preservation or you don't

  • Andrea Schuhmeier
    Andrea Schuhmeier 6 days ago

    Hasani is 🔥🔥🔥 I see you boo 👀😍

  • Chris Taylor
    Chris Taylor 6 days ago

    “Im gonna have you stand on the left”
    *shows person in a wheel chair*

  • Isabelle Bretas
    Isabelle Bretas 6 days ago

    Unfortunately, in my country (Brazil) the president got elected with the promise of give the people "security" by making a law where gun ownership would be accepted, here the level of violence is very high in the whole country, but also the level of femicide gets high everyday, I spent my whole childhood seeing my mother being abused and I believe that if that man had a gun, I wouldn't have a mother today, I know that on the USA is a complete different situation but growing up at a environment like this I can't feel nothing but fear for the people who live like I once did. (sorry for my intermediary english, lol and I'm late af)

  • Nick Name
    Nick Name 6 days ago

    2:00 smartest man on planet earth

  • Canadian Listener
    Canadian Listener 6 days ago

    The guy in the beard is trying to get the group to the point of examining the American love for guns and self defense but doesn't bring up the fact that it is culture. US gun culture is sick. Start there and argue for change of culture. They use to break and bind the feet of little girls in China for a 1000 years but finally they changed that culture. They don't practice foot binding anymore. So work to change US gun culture so you don't practice gun shoot outs in society any more just like the rest of the developed world- Australia, Britain, Canada, Europe, Japan.

    • Lizzie Allen
      Lizzie Allen 6 days ago

      Australia's own people say they have drive by shootings every single day, even though 'nobody there has guns', the British government banned guns 20 years ago and last year they had to ban knives because of a sudden surge of criminals stabbing too many victims to death. Britain by the way of part of Europe, which is a continent, not a country. Japan has the 2nd highest suicide rate of the industrialized world, and 50-65% of all gun deaths in America are suicides, so you were saying something?

  • Jerich0
    Jerich0 6 days ago

    I love Canada... no guns (pretty much)

  • Dre
    Dre 7 days ago

    Americans that are pro-gun will never understand what a difference it makes with strict gun laws. And that it’s the best decision any country could make. Literally! Australia has been living that way (with stricter gun laws) for the past now 23 years!! It only took ONE mass shooting, (in 1996), for Australia to change the gun laws for the better. But America seems to continually fail to do so. Even after many massacres & school shootings, etc. Even though they see countries like Australia and others that have made the change and it has went well, and we live safely. How can’t America realise that and just change it already!! Change the gosh damn laws America!!

    • Lizzie Allen
      Lizzie Allen 6 days ago

      You have a strange definition of living safely since your own people say there are drive-by shootings every day, now what reason could anybody living in the Oz utopia have to lie about something like that? They're just sick and tired of life being so safe and ideal or something?

    BLUE MATRIX36 7 days ago +1

    On a serious note I don't think guns should be illegal. Take a second and think with me, drugs are illegal but drug users still get drugs. So what happens when law abiding citizens hand over there guns and have nothing to defend themselves against bad people who don't want to give there guns up or still find ways to get guns , what then?
    People die, snowflakes believe humans can coexist without violence and the world is all peachy if we work together. Wrong

    BLUE MATRIX36 7 days ago

    I laughed when the black guy said I think we should all step forward and then the one lady wheeled her way over😂

  • Flvver
    Flvver 8 days ago +1


  • Daniel
    Daniel 8 days ago

    i actually think that guns should require a license, a required class on gun safety that you need to pass and no convictions of violent crime unless they have bin expunged from the record otherwise guns are great tools in my opinion, and 99.999 percent of people buying like 20 guns just love going to the range and playing with there "toys"something im fine with if they are responsible

    THE HIP-HOP HEAD 8 days ago +1

    *that Quavo looking dude knows whats up. Laws only work if you obey them. Criminals don’t care about them.*

  • anjali bean
    anjali bean 8 days ago

    just throwin my opinion out there but all the pro gun supporters had actually been in dangerous situations. so it makes sense why they would want guns for protection. but keep in mind that banning guns wont just take the guns away from the victim, but also the criminals. taking away guns wont make you vunerable to shooters because people couldnt even become shooters in the first place..

    • Video Games
      Video Games 6 days ago

      anjali bean exactly

    • Lizzie Allen
      Lizzie Allen 6 days ago

      Right, just like we banned drugs 60 years ago, so criminals can't get drugs anymore, right?

    • Video Games
      Video Games 8 days ago +1

      anjali bean criminals will buy it illegally but law abiding citizens won’t

  • Coltmoto lucas
    Coltmoto lucas 8 days ago

    Let's not forget why it's our RIGHT and not a PRIVILEGE. The RIGHT to own a gun is to fight against a potential tyrannical government which has happened in the past and led to the MILLIONS OF DEATHS of men, women, and children, fact.

  • John Deltufo
    John Deltufo 9 days ago +1

    These anti gun gun people r retarded literally if you ban guns or stricter gun laws, a lot of people would not have them but the only people that would have them r fuckin criminals makin it that the society would be a disadvantage

  • Apple Lynch
    Apple Lynch 9 days ago

    aarpn got good hair , i love it

  • Zurixia Il {Trssx}
    Zurixia Il {Trssx} 9 days ago

    In my city in Canada i haven’t heard of any murder in my whole life

  • hope 4thefuture
    hope 4thefuture 9 days ago

    Okay you're not in the club with a gun, but the person waiting to rob you outside has one. 🤷‍♂️

  • sirj j
    sirj j 9 days ago +1

    Violent nations produce violent civilians/ citizens. When in Rome "Lock and load" , when in Peaceville "talk it out"

  • Cole Hayden
    Cole Hayden 9 days ago +1

    The “gun show loophole” is a myth perpetuated by the Obama administration. It is completely false and the black girl doesn’t know what she is talking about.

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 8 days ago

      +Cole Hayden you didn't post a link. I assume you were posting a link to a video of them "proving" the gun show loophole false. That doesn't mean it is.
      Background checks are only mandatory by law if you're buying them from a dealer.

    • Cole Hayden
      Cole Hayden 9 days ago

      TombWraith go watch the video I just pasted the link to

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 9 days ago

      +Cole Hayden Private sales do not require background checks in most states.

    • Cole Hayden
      Cole Hayden 9 days ago

      TombWraith that’s the thing. They do require the background checks. It’s a felony if they don’t.

  • Morrigan
    Morrigan 9 days ago +1

    I think the topic of violence in this country is deeper than the topic of guns and anything we do about guns won't make the problem go away and will just have the problem find a different outlet. And we need to address it from the root of the problem.

  • Ravindecavalier
    Ravindecavalier 9 days ago

    Did she really just say a person with a lot of money can buy 20 guns at a gun show smh

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 9 days ago

      Though it would look shady as hell, I'm sure you can find someone who would.

  • Ely Krupinski
    Ely Krupinski 9 days ago

    I’m from St. Louis

  • E las
    E las 9 days ago +2

    Just want to point out that gun laws in Puerto rico are the strictest in the U.S. and we have 18.51 killings per 100,000 residents compared to the 5.35 in the U.S. mainland (2016, it is worse now)
    If you are anti-guns I want you to tell me if these gun laws have helped anyone here?
    I had to buy a simple knife to have something to defend myself with in my car.

  • Bennycook1
    Bennycook1 9 days ago +2

    Gun ownership has reached a ridiculous point in the USA. There’s no reason why people should be terrified of being shot and killed, for example I believe that the fact that schools need to practice for school shootings is disgusting. Had gun laws been enforced YEARS ago these problems wouldn’t be apparent on such an awfully large scale. It’s just gotten to an irreversible state.

    • Bennycook1
      Bennycook1 8 days ago

      Lizzie Allen Because it’s not / wasn’t such a huge problem if you’re comparing it to gun crime in the USA. My point is, people shouldn’t have to live in fear of being shot to the point that they need a gun themselves.

    • Lizzie Allen
      Lizzie Allen 8 days ago

      +Bennycook1 But people were stabbed to death all the time, proven by the fact the government felt a need to take action by enforcing 'knife control'. How could you be surrounded by all that senseless killing and not spend every day in fear for your life from any random psycho on the street with a blade in his pocket?

    • Bennycook1
      Bennycook1 8 days ago

      Lizzie Allen No

    • Lizzie Allen
      Lizzie Allen 9 days ago

      +Bennycook1 Have you ever, that is before last year when the UK government banned knives because too many people got stabbed to death, feared that you'd be knifed by some psycho in your own country?

  • Bennycook1
    Bennycook1 9 days ago +1

    I get that in some areas people need guns to protect themselves. But that shouldn’t be a thing. There should be no reason that someone should be scared of being shot. If there was gun laws there could be less or none of that fear.

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 9 days ago +1

      No, increasing gun laws only increases that fear. That's why these mass shootings happen in gun free zones and in states where they're strict on guns

  • Dre Tv.
    Dre Tv. 10 days ago

    If there are no guns then you don’t need to protect yourself most of the time. A person is more likely to shoot you from 30 feet than to stab you up close or literally beat you to death

  • What The
    What The 10 days ago

    “That’s gonna put my family at danger”, the biggest danger to your children is their illiterate father who can’t even speak his native language...

  • iResttlessly V2
    iResttlessly V2 10 days ago +1

    Honestly with the whole stricter laws is kind of useful short term but it’d slowly get back to being worse. My analogy for this is kids still get their hands on drugs and things of the sort even though it’s illegal, people WILL find a way. The only people it makes it worse for is law abiding citizens, going through more steps to get guns, while people can still cheat the system and leaves innocent people with worse protection for themselves and their family.

  • Manuel Delgado
    Manuel Delgado 10 days ago +1

    People would just buy them from the black marcket

  • Tempo Tronica
    Tempo Tronica 10 days ago

    You can't, it goes against human nature.

  • Bleached Mud
    Bleached Mud 10 days ago

    You cannot purchase firearms all Wily nily at gun shows. When you apply to have a stand at a gun show you must be a liscenced dealer Wich requires you to give a background check to whomever you sell the firearm to. Only after the background check gets the o.k. does the purchaser aquire the firearm.

  • jacob carolan
    jacob carolan 10 days ago +1

    You won’t appreciate guns until you wish you had one but by that time it’s probably to late for you to wish you had one.

  • tLc
    tLc 11 days ago +1

    Should’ve educated the black girl because gun shows are a lot more strict

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 10 days ago

      Depends on who you're buying from and where. It was a lot easier to get a gun for me at a show. No background check or bill of sale. Just a state issued ID. Took me 45 minutes.

  • Kohler Stroebel
    Kohler Stroebel 11 days ago

    They do know you can’t just buy a gun without a background check right? Ik the laws need to be stricter but that one chick said you can just go buy 20 guns for no reason. You can’t legally buy a gun without extensive background checks

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 11 days ago

      Yes you can. Theres no background check on private sales in most states. And no, the laws dont need to be stricter. That's what leads to mass shootings.

  • Jew Fro
    Jew Fro 11 days ago

    We live in a society

  • GopnikRaptor
    GopnikRaptor 11 days ago


  • T-Pose Kek
    T-Pose Kek 11 days ago

    I’m not really pro or anti gun. I know that if this were 200 years ago and they took away guns it would be a good thing because no one modern day would have one. However, nowadays people will get them no matter what.

    • Lizzie Allen
      Lizzie Allen 11 days ago

      Guns need to exist, as long as there are evil people in this world good people need effective means to protect themselves, none of this 'oh excuse me mista rapist/killer, I want this to be a fair fight so would you mind getting close enough I can taze you but not close enough to stab me while we wait 30 minutes for the cops to come?'

  • JoshintheGym
    JoshintheGym 11 days ago +1

    My question is simply this... What about criminals who are already operating outside of the law?
    How are you going to disarm them? I don't think that carrying a gun is meant to protect anyone from the decent people sitting at this roundtable. You're carrying it to protect yourself from criminals who don't care about your laws or your life.
    Small women should have an inherit right to protect themselves against large male assailants. Unless the bad guys start carrying around katanas and kali sticks, a baseball bat and some self defense training aren't going to cut it.

  • Fizzi
    Fizzi 11 days ago

    I’m actually surprised that this didn’t get heated.

  • Aletheran
    Aletheran 11 days ago

    Even though I can understand it rationally, the thought of needing a gun to be able to feel safe, is in itself a scary thought to me.

  • Annabel Geerts
    Annabel Geerts 11 days ago

    I'm so happy that I live in the Netherlands where guns are so hard to get

  • Jackson Ganuelas
    Jackson Ganuelas 11 days ago +1

    There ARE background checks you dummy! I was denied a got damn hunting rifle

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 11 days ago

      Then you bought it from a dealer or in a state where there are restrictions. You do not need a background check on private sales in most states

  • Treyvontae Alston
    Treyvontae Alston 12 days ago +3

    There is nothing wrong with guns. Just like there is nothing wrong with cars, wine, etc. However there is something wrong with people hearts. And a mental illness have nothing to do with it. There are people who have disabilities that are some of the nicest people in the world. It doesn't matter what disabilities or illness you have. That does not effect you shooting someone with a gun in your hand out of hate. This is my belief but things will never change. Until Jesus comes back again, things are going to get worse. Please don't come at me, I respect that some of you don't believe in God, please respect that I do with my comment. Thank you.

  • Calvin Chu
    Calvin Chu 12 days ago

    He looks like white Rick Fox

  • Bass Fishing Pennsylvania

    We should make drugs illegal so no one gets them....oh wait

  • The Tru Omega Legend
    The Tru Omega Legend 12 days ago +1

    No countries like America have successfully taken away guns from the people

  • TheRealAlexT
    TheRealAlexT 12 days ago

    woman in black shirt and jeans: “I feel like people of this country should start speaking up blah blah blah”
    *only spoke like three times

  • clint cooper
    clint cooper 12 days ago +1

    Anti gun people always say well if they had to do a background check? Um ok you already do have to have a background check. They have no clue what they are talking about lmao

    • clint cooper
      clint cooper 12 days ago

      TombWraith another libtard reply!

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 12 days ago

      You don't always have to do a background check. Depends on where and who you're buying from.

  • austin cowan
    austin cowan 12 days ago +1

    It's already to late to BAN so called assault rifle's, that will only affect law abiding citizens that will not be able to protect them selves from the Criminal element, tyrannical government, and foreign or domestic threats... Do you honestly think criminals will abide by a "Ban"... No they will not... as long as there is a black market which there always will be and always has been since the dawn of civilization... Criminals will always have access to them. We are to the point where there are so many so called "assault rifle's" that have been manufactured to the civilian market that a BAN will not just get rid of the problem, you will see a spike in crime and violence if anything...

    • austin cowan
      austin cowan 12 days ago

      Just look at California if you dont believe me lol, They have the highest rate of crime and Gang violence yet they have the strictest gun laws in America...

  • Dank Nuggz
    Dank Nuggz 12 days ago +1

    All these folks are missing the true point...enemies Foreign AND Domestic..but mostly from our GOVERNMENT

  • Spiky_haha
    Spiky_haha 12 days ago +1

    why is quavo there alone...wher the other 2?

  • Bruno Giovagnoli
    Bruno Giovagnoli 12 days ago

    who raped the fattie😂😂😂

  • Zkenz21awesomeo
    Zkenz21awesomeo 13 days ago +1

    The United States does not have a gun issue, it has a mental health issue at the end of the day. Someone in their right psychological mind would not willingly take all those people lives for no reason. So pro gun because of our rights, abilities, etc. but we need to investigate the real issues at hand. So no not a 5000 Q test but some type of screening COULD be something to look into. Middle ground a great way to show we don’t need to completely hate each other over differing opinions and shows that we can just talk, discuss, hear people out and work together as a nation again instead. Of all this republican and Democrats hatred that I feel is slowest growing within the radicals and extreme left and rights.

  • ~Aurora~
    ~Aurora~ 13 days ago

    I think owning guns is fine but why isn't there a license for it in America like in other countries?

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 13 days ago

      +~Aurora~ It can be. You should really only buy a gun if you know how to use one. But some people dont feel that way.

    • ~Aurora~
      ~Aurora~ 13 days ago

      +TombWraith i didnt know that to me it always looks like it is extremely easy to obtain a gun in America? And also the way they just have it lying around the house, the woman said "a gun on her bedside table" seems really unsafe? Maybe bc I'm not used to it but it makes more sense to me when you have to keep the gun locked away, so that other people cannot have easy access to it.

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 13 days ago

      There is. Conceal carry and handgun licenses are 2 examples

  • SuperGDP
    SuperGDP 13 days ago

    Not surprised that the girl didn't realize there are background checks at gun shows, looks like she barely left the suburbs before

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 13 days ago

      Because there aren't in most states. Just depends on who you're buying it from.

  • Stephanie Reghenzani
    Stephanie Reghenzani 13 days ago

    Be like Australia 🇦🇺

  • Nivzi
    Nivzi 13 days ago


  • Hunter Hoose
    Hunter Hoose 13 days ago

    Good discussions, however, to answer the title: No. There is no middle ground. The main reason we have guns in the US was not even discussed in the video. It is to protect ourselves from a tyrannical government. We are supposed to be equally armed with the government if not we should outgun the government. This is not even that crazy of an opinion. The founders wanted the citizens to be able to defend themselves from the government. Yes, this means I am saying we should be allowed to own tanks and have no restrictions on what types of firearms or other arms we can buy.

  • kenneth Schroeder
    kenneth Schroeder 13 days ago +1

    It’s not the gun that kills its the person who kills

  • Ty Baker
    Ty Baker 13 days ago

    You can’t buy guns at gun shows it’s illegal

    • TombWraith
      TombWraith 13 days ago

      The whole purpose for gun shows is to purchase guns.

  • Al Williams
    Al Williams 13 days ago

    Lets all play victim. Whos down?

  • General Flip
    General Flip 13 days ago +1

    Real quick, before any of you Europeans start talking about how we Americans need to get rid of our guns: I'd just like to remind you that if it wasn't for us and our guns, you'd all be speaking German.

    • Jarah Fluxman
      Jarah Fluxman 11 days ago

      Actually no. If it wasn't for the Soviets and their guns, they'd all be speaking German. wasn't joe with his .9 who landed at Normandy. It was a government funded army with government supplied guns. Nobody is suggesting banning the military from having guns.

  • Shut the fuck up Hater

    Don’t know why white people need guns to defend themselves when they live in perfectly good neighbourhoods

  • Egg Salad
    Egg Salad 13 days ago

    "If I can prove to you that there are ways the enact gun reform that will decrease the amount of guns, increase education, and not hurt law abiding citizens, would you be willing to do that?"
    *proceeds not to prove anything*

  • Egg Salad
    Egg Salad 13 days ago +1

    Shooting them in the leg isn't an actual tactic because most attacks happen within 21 feet, and it would be hard even for a police at that distance

  • NightAn93l
    NightAn93l 13 days ago

    I have an idea for how citizens should have to go about obtaining legal firearms and what the laws should be. First you should have to register for a license at a local police department there you can choose from a catalog of various firearms, the firearm you want. Then you have to go through at least a months worth of full vetting, take a psychological evaluation then receive mandatory training for the firearm in question. Magazine capacities should be limited, if your pistol needs more than six rounds or your rifle needs more than 10, your problems are bigger than any gun can solve. All modifications should be applied for and a lock-box should be mandatory. All lock boxes should be inspected once or twice a year. Anyone owning weapons before these laws are in place would be allowed to keep them however they would have to re-register their weapons with police and follow the laws regarding their weapons. There, people get to keep their guns and while cracking down on gun related crime. I also think law enforcement should follow similar rules regarding their weapons as well like limitations on the amount of rounds their weapons can hold and such.

  • Calysta McGinnis
    Calysta McGinnis 13 days ago

    This is gonna be a rough one...

  • cort Cunningham
    cort Cunningham 14 days ago +1

    Every debate over gun control is just circular reasoning on all sides

  • Lucy
    Lucy 14 days ago +1

    After the Dunblane mass shooting happened in Scotland 1996 the U.K. got gun control not long after and since then there have been 0 mass shootings yet in America where there is no gun control there were over 300 mass shootings in 2018

    • Lucy
      Lucy 12 days ago

      Lizzie Allen yeah but that’s 1 state out of how many 50,51 still guns cause more harm then they do good

    • Lizzie Allen
      Lizzie Allen 12 days ago

      +Lucy If there WERE shootings I wouldn't be surprised, but I live in a pro-gun town in a pro-gun state and we don't have shootings here. Would you care to explain that?

    • Lucy
      Lucy 12 days ago

      Lizzie Allen still getting rid of guns stops mass shootings I get to go to school and not be worried about someone with mental health problems coming in and shooting and killing my friends and pupils can you say the same about students in America

    • Lizzie Allen
      Lizzie Allen 12 days ago

      +Lucy 1 city notorious for being full of crazies, psychotics, unmedicated homeless and plain murderous nut jobs, and y'all 'civilized' people still got more homicidal loonies.
      Besides, France has America beat, more people dead from 1 guy with 1 truck than from ANY mass shooting, no matter how many shooters, how many guns, how much ammo, all pales to what happened in Nice.

    • Lucy
      Lucy 12 days ago

      Lizzie Allen you had more deaths in one mass shooting then we did in almost a whole year and yes the U.K. did have a higher stabbing rate than New York but that’s 4 countries vs 1 city

  • anon anon
    anon anon 14 days ago +1

    Just so everyone is on the same page about the so called gun show loop hole, I would like to say this.
    I went to a gun show recently to purchase a firearm for my wife. We did not have to undergo a background check BECAUSE -
    we had a valid state ID and the transaction was considered a private party transfer. In the state we reside in, private party transfers do not require a background check. In this very same gun show and state, I purchased a handgun for myself as well. I purchased it from a licensed dealer not a private party, so I had to do a background check. Not all states require a background check between private party transfers. Should the state comply with FEDERAL laws rather than making up their own laws, perhaps it can litigate that "gun show loop hole". Even then....

  • Shabira P
    Shabira P 14 days ago +1

    dude with the dreads kinda looks like quavo

  • Nunc Amissa
    Nunc Amissa 14 days ago +1

    Anti-Gun: Idealists. The World must be changed to be fair.
    Pro-Gun: Realists. The World isn't fair, so I must be prepared to fight back.

    • Nunc Amissa
      Nunc Amissa 13 days ago

      +Memphis Stef Their identity does not involve the use of gun in a day-to-day basis. Well, that's how I see it.

    • Memphis Stef
      Memphis Stef 13 days ago

      Nunc Amissa Singapore is a great ex

    • Nunc Amissa
      Nunc Amissa 13 days ago

      +Memphis Stef Which country?

    • Nunc Amissa
      Nunc Amissa 13 days ago

      @Memphis Stef Perhaps, the fact that the use of guns have been ingrained so much to the social fabric of their society should also be taken into account.

    • Memphis Stef
      Memphis Stef 14 days ago

      You do realize several countries have successfully banned and outlowed guns and the effects have been studied and seen to work