Just as an example from my end?
1: No ARs with semi or full auto.
1) What is an 'assault rifle'? What are you calling an assault rifle?
2) Fully automatic weapons have never been made illegal, they're just expensive, and there has literally never in all of US history, been one of those legally owned guns used in a crime. So what's the logic of banning them?
2: No High Cap mags or mags beyond 10 rounds. No armor piercing ammo.
Armor piercing ammo is also expensive and of limited legality. It's also never been used in a mass shooting that I'm aware of. In general though its a moot point because its something thats already restricted.
Hi capacity magazines have nothing to do with mass shootings. There are a list of the many many spree killers and most of them? Just used regular guns with regular capacity magazines because reloading is honestly a very simple process. In some cases, like the Colorado shooting that made everyone go crazy because he had a 100 round magazine, that magazine jammed with 1/3 of his rounds unfired. If he'd been using standard magazines he likely could have kept shooting.
3: IF you're gonna have a "no gun zone" Have it with more security since those areas tend to be targeted more.
This would work, but the problem is where do you get the money? Real
gun free zones like federal buildings etc? You're talking about limited access buildings with armed security and metal detectors. So basically every building you're going to make a gun free zone is going to cost you hundreds of thousands of initial cost and another 100 grand a year to employ security.
4:If youre gonna be a gun owner you lose the right if you commit a felony or end up on the FBI watchlist and your weapon will be confiscated till you can be proven to not be a threat. If you are found innocent it will all be given back to you.
Which... is already exactly how the law works when it comes to felonies.
5: No hollow Point rounds for handguns.
This is all stuff id personally be okay with giving up. Hell id even go with "No semi autos for handguns" but you know im just the person that politicians and business men hate the most, someone who actually wants compromise and not toddler level tantrums.
No hollow points? Once again I have to ask: why? What is the actual, logical reasoning behind banning hollow point rounds other than 'housewives hear about them on dateline and they sound scary'?
You don't want
cops and civilians using full metal jacket rounds. See the view below for an example, but there's a very good reason all cops use hollow points. It does more damage to your target, but more importantly it stops you from killing bystandards when your full metal jacket round over penetrates and hits someone or something behind what you're shooting. Unlike Hollywood even FMJ pistol rounds are fully capable of punching through a human body and leaving with enough force to kill someone on the other side.https://youtu.be/N8hbkXPdlks?t=205
All in all its always the same story. People want to ban things because banning things feels like 'doing something'. Except banning things is pointless when you cannot enact a blanket ban. Telling a crazy person they can't have 11 round magazines is not going to stop a spree killer. The only way to stop a spree killer is to focus on never letting them get a gun in the first place