Ryan Cleckner, an attorney and former sniper team leader for the U.S. Army, explains why 10 of the most common gun control arguments don’t make sense in his article written for The Federalist.  The most common gun-control arguments of today go something like this: “These shootings would stop if we banned AR-15s or other semi-auto rifles; raised the minimum age for firearm ownership; and/or created tougher gun laws.”  These are emotion-based arguments and will do nothing to solve the problem.  In fact, they can even make the problem worse so let’s explore, and debunk, 10 of the most common gun-control arguments.