After at least 59 people were shot dead at a country music concert outside the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, debate over the country's gun laws has jumped to the forefront of discussion.

Both sides have weighed in, with some demanding stricter gun laws and others urging lawmakers to wait until the aftermath of the Las Vegas massacre has settled down.

WKYC sat down with two women on each side of the issue.

Amanda Suffecool is a gun ownership activist while Sandy Smith is an advocate for stricter gun control. See what both women had to say in the video above.