Rep urge the president to reverse the Executive Order revoking all gun certificates and licences throughout the federation.
This was sequel to the adoption of a motion of Matter of Urgent Public Importance by Nnenna Ukeje (PDP-Abia) at the plenary on Thursday.
The members, said that the order violate the right to self defense of the innocent people.
Spear heading the debate, Ms Ukeje said that they are worried over the rising of insecurity in Nigeria.
She said that insecurity, which used to know in the North-east and North-central states, had spread gradually to all other parts of the Nigeria.
Responding to the action of president Muhammad Buhari, Ms Ukeje said that the order was targeted at legal gun owners while there appeared to be no institutional actionable policy or plan to mop up small arms and light weapons in Nigeria.
Edward Pwajok (PDP-Plateau) said that there was no known investigation or research which revealed that licenced guns were responsible for insecurity.
He said that the president and security agencies should rather go after guns without licences.
The lawmaker said that licenced gun owners used them to protect themselves and family members, and should, therefore, not be taken from them.
According to Mr Pwajok, licenced guns had bullet registration numbers and could be traced if used for criminal activities.
He called on the president to rescind the order as it further exposed Nigerians to falling victims of violent crimes.
Also speaking, Adamu Shika (APC-Niger) said that licenced gun owners played a significant role in supporting security agents.
According to Mr Shika, owners of licenced guns often came to the aid of neighbours by shooting to scare robbers when their neighbourhood was under attack.
He said that rural communities also had vigilante groups that used Dane guns to protect lives and property.
Mr Alabi said that there was no clear-cut, transparent and verifiable process to acquire a gun permit.
He said that some persons could have gotten their licences through the back door adding that there was a need to clean up the system.
He recommended that a transparent process be developed and presented to the National Assembly for proper legislation on the matter.
The rep urged the president to sign into law the Bill on the establishment of a National Commission against the proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons, a domestic law which is also a treaty obligation.