Gun control is a social issue that influences the manner in which people interact with each other. With ineffective gun control measures, the rates of crime have been highly prevalent in the society. Many people feel insecure because of the large number of individuals owning guns, posing threats to the wellbeing of individuals (Boyd, 2014). A large number of businesses specialize in sale of guns, even to those individuals who are not legally permitted to possess guns. These businesses are growing at an increasing rate, creating a need for governments and other organizations to devise ways of regulating the number of guns in people’s hands to facilitate in boosting security. The diverse initiatives that the government embarks on to facilitate in gun control measures are at times effective (Chadwick, 2012). For instance, the government may put in place the guidelines that should be followed in regulating guns, although these moves normally pose challenges particularly because the government normally fails to follow up on the practices imposed (Amanda, 2011).

Furthermore, a large number of corrupt individuals or ill-intentioned people in government may pose challenges with regard to implementation gun control measures. This is particularly because some of them are usually involved in these kinds of businesses (Barusch, 2010). Even though the SOX compliance regulation still prevails, a large number of firms still violate it while a number of politician motivate its mode of operation. However, the government is times effective in terms of implementing measures to regulate the manner in which businesses operate, particularly by scrutinizing the individuals responsible for overseeing the operations of businesses critically (Chadwick, 2012). These moves are also ideal in terms of regulating the performance of the economy, hence bringing down the effects of an economic uncertainty.