Gun control is among the controversial subject in United States. For a number of years now, the debate has found its way on public spaces and has generated heated arguments for and against allowing Americans to have guns. Gun control rights stems from the constitution rights but the consequences have been devastating forcing most Americans to reconsider their constitution rights to own guns. The trend in shooting spree has convinced Americans that they are not safe with guns in hands of public but the problem could be counteracted by allowing every American to own gun so that everyone would be in a position to defend themselves when attacked (Policy Almanac). The argument on gun control stem from the fundamental right that Americans feel have been bestowed by the constitution against the problems the society is experiencing as a result of those guns. This means that the whether or not to keep guns depends on individual perception of his or her rights against the perceived harm or advantages of guns in the society. In essence, United States is based on a constitution that grants individuals the rights to live in a peaceful environment where their rights are taken into consideration. This implies that if the United States constitution allows Americans to have guns, this right should not be taken away in consideration of few isolated incidences that are mere crimes. Americans should be allowed to own guns and therefore should not be strict control on gun ownership and use.