Why is it so hard for the U.S. to control guns?

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As a country that delights in its gun-owning culture, the United States records high gun-related incidents. Every time a major shooting incident happens, the debate about whether stricter gun control laws should be in place heats up. Why is it so hard to control guns in America? Is there any historical reason?

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