I'm not suggesting we ban everything. However, it should be obvious that more can be done. Obviously the law is broken and needs fixed. I'd suggest the 2nd Amendment has outgrown it's efficacy and needs amending itself. However, short of that we can certainly do such things as start heavily taxing ammo, and/or banning private sales, and/or outlawing assault-style rifles (as was done under Reagan). There are measures we can take. Even a glance outside our borders will show that we are apart in this and that other nations have laws in place that are working. The common rhetoric among gun apologists is that we can't change any laws because people will just use something else. Okay... Fine. Let's test that assumption. No other nation has the level of gun violence we do.
It is complicated, but doing nothing is being complicit. I'm not suggesting taking all guns away, as I said. But, there definitely are things that can be done. Outlawing bump-stocks would save some lives. Taxing ammo to a punitive measure would save lives. Disallowing those with mental illness or that have a history of domestic abuse (one indicator of future "badness"), would save lives (though, Trump cancelled that). Bio-locks on triggers would save lives (but the NRA calls for manufacturer boycotts when they release those).
There is something we can do. Not all control measures are "taking my guns away" or "attacking the constitution".
Not attacking you. Just frustrated at all this shit and wanting it to stop. We can't stop it all, but it's obvious to me looking at other nations that SOMETHING can be done, and I'm so sick and tired of the "thoughts and prayers" meme and the "now is not the time to talk about this" and the "don't politicize it". It sickens me the excuses made not to do something.