So, how does one like yourself figure that suicide rates are comparable between countries that have no access to guns and those that do? Like USA vs UK?
The only conclusion is that people comitting suicide will commit suicide using other means, and guns are only a tool. Would you be willing to include suicide by pill in an effort to ban medicine, by counting those deaths in analysis of effective medicine?
As for my "lie" about suicide statistics just look here :http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_suicide_rate
34 United States (more info) 19.5 5.5 12.0 2009
38 United Kingdom (more info) 23 11.8 2011
The UK, with strict gun control laws has a statistical blip difference in suicide rates(12.0 vs 11.8). Claiming "easy access to guns" attributes to increased suicide rates is in fact flawed.
For someone that cries "lie", I'm not sure you understand what that is. Your cry of "lie" is itself a "lie" of ignorance. There is no appreciable difference to having access to guns and the rates of suicide. People bent on killing themselves will kill themselves, at the same rate, regardless of access to guns. Basically you are making the argument, not based on facts, but your feelings of what the facts should be.
"*The higher the bar to entry, the fewer suicide, and that bar to entry doesn't have to be very high to cut suicide rates in half." -- not actually true. More of an opinion stated as fact, which is not actually borne out in the data on suicide rates among countries with gun control vs lack of gun control. Facts are facts, and cannot be opinionated away because they are inconvenient.
Nice try though.