That's all that the gun control movement cares about, and that is what the NRA is preventing them from banning.
how about allowing teenagers to legally buy firearms when they can not buy a can of beer
Well, it's not really what the gun control fight is about, but we can address the issue if you want.
It seems fair to me to tie "the age when people can buy a gun" to "the age when they are allowed to vote" and "the age when they can join (or be drafted into) the military".
So if we raise "the voting age" and "the age of military eligibility" to the same as "the age when people can buy alcohol" then I would have no problem with also raising "the age when people can buy a gun" to the same level.
an of course allowing very large magazines that have no use for target shooting or hunting or self defense but is only ideal to do mass murders?
This is another thing that the gun control fight is not
about. If magazine capacity was the issue, they would be trying to pass stand-alone magazine limits without any nonsense about pistol grips. But I'm happy to discuss magazine limits if you like.
Your comment that large magazines have no use in self defense is flat out wrong. Running out of ammo is a very bad thing when you are fighting to save your life.
Your comment that they have no use in hunting is likewise wrong. Varmint hunters use them all the time.
Further, a lot of mass murders have not involved the use of large magazines. The Parkland shooter used ten round magazines. The Sandy Hook shooter kept discarding magazines after about ten rounds, so would actually have been more deadly if he had apportioned his ammo among ten round magazines.
That said, if a limit on magazine sizes was not so draconian that it made self defense impossible, the courts would probably allow it. I think that restricting detachable rifle magazines to five rounds and all other weapons to ten rounds would pass muster with the courts. Anything more severe than that will probably not be constitutional.
It is unlikely that voters in rural areas will allow it though. Rural shooters like their large magazines and will not willingly give them up. Instead of a hard ban, it would probably be a lot more politically feasible to add large capacity magazines to the 1934 National Firearms Act. That would make them less common overall and would allow urban areas to ban them, but would still allow people to have them in rural areas if they really want them.
Better dead then red is something I had not hear since the 1950s so Trump is indeed bringing back the old days.
It was the Democrats who brought back the Cold War when they expanded NATO east of Germany and then brutally attacked Serbia. Although I admit that W was foolish enough to continue the Democrats' aggression against Russia.
The world would be much better off today if George H. W. Bush had been able to serve two terms and guide the world towards peace with Russia.