The right to bear arms should be removed from the Constitution

I'm having a hard time understanding, "taking guns out of the hands of those who have a mental problem." Anyone who would shoot someone has a mental problem, and if there wasn't any indication of any prior behavior, who's to know?

Personally, I would abolish all guns except hunting rifles and shot guns. Are we still living in the days of cowboys and Indians that we need to protect our homes? Of all the people who have a gun in there home, are they really frightful of someone breaking in? The right to bear arms is outdated and should be deleted from the amendments.

Harvey Cole, Forest Hill

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