Biden: Trayvon box could coax Fla. gun law debate

(CBS News) Vice President Joe Biden pronounced Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” gun laws will be a subject of discuss in light of a debate surrounding a sharpened of Trayvon Martin.

“It’s critical that people be put in a position where their Second Amendment rights are protected, though that they also don’t, as a effect of a laws, unintendedly put themselves in harm’s way,” Biden told anchor Bob Schieffer in an talk to atmosphere on “Face a Nation” on Sunday.

Florida’s gun laws concede people to fire in self-defense if they feel threatened. Mr. Biden, who was chair of a Senate Judiciary Committee for 8 years, pronounced that a Martin box underscores a need to safeguard open reserve in suitability with stream gun laws.

“The thought that there’s this strenuous additional confidence in a tenure and carrying secluded and lethal weapons… we consider it’s a premise, not a inherent right, though a grounds that it creates people safer is one that I’m not so certain of,” Biden said.

Watch some-more in a video shave above and balance in Sunday for Schieffer’s whole talk with Biden during a initial hour-long part of “Face a Nation.”

Also appearing on a uncover are Republican presidential possibilities Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul. (Read some-more about Sunday’s show.)

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