What a very nice thought.
The guy also has a say regarding an abortion. A women gets raped and has to give birth to a child because that guy is against abortion.
As you are an expert in what happens in Norway I think it would a good idea to compare Norway and USA regarding the impact on homicide rates and non gun control and gun control.
You can do that please.
Looking glass thinking.
Not something a rational person would take seriously.
You need a gun because it makes you feel important.
Take it away and you have nothing.
Your rights stop where they meet mine.
I am also glad I live in a country with gun control.
To be able to drive a car/motorbike - you need driving lessons.
To be able to be a hunter - you need lessons and learn the rules and laws.
To be able to just walk in and buy a gun - is absolutely absurd.
The impact of gun availability on homicide rates is minimal.
I stand by my words. People with unrestricted gun rights are entirely too tolerant of the old west shoot em up mentality. Shooting me or my loved ones is not your right. Enabling mass shooting at the flick of a finger encroaches on all rights, even yours.
You don't need a crystal ball to make gun control laws. You strictly control who buys guns and when and where they can be carried. You not only outlaw military style gun sales, you quit making related ammunition available. You can't drive a car with no license to prove you can drive. You should have to prove you are responsible enough to have a weapon that makes murder a piece of cake. If you feel put upon because of it, you likely don't deserve a gun.
You are making it personal. I have owned four guns in my days and possibly may get another. I am not afraid of responsible gun owners. Just the ones like you, that want everybody to have as many as they want.
I did not mean quantity per each, in the sense you collect rifles or have two or three handguns. I mean unrestricted ownership.
Right now, almost anybody that wants a gun can find a way to get one. There are legal restrictions here and there, but nothing really effective.