What you don't seem to grasp is removing the gun doesn't remove the violence.
That's why you come up with some way to pull the trigger remotely
You flare the start of the barrel and make the cylinder a mating shape to it, and press the cylinder into this flare as part of the trigger pull.
This forces them into alignment and also forms somewhat of a seal, allowing less energy loss.
Seems like you could just 3d-print patterns for investment or lost-media casting, too. In fact, this guy does it in his yard.
Please tell me when the last time a party other than the Republicans or Democrats held any significant power.
No, taking guns away is not the "easiest way" because it does precisely nothing to prevent violence.
You seem to (incorrectly) assume that gun means pistol.
That seems... counterproductive.
Yes, let's regulate the less sophisticated one!
Clean synthetic mucus would probably just be a clear gel with a bit of "slimy" tendencies. Hardly any more disgusting than, say, antibiotic ointments are.
I can tell you're European. You realize the popular vote means almost nothing?
I have a firearm. It serves exactly two purposes:
1. Sporting enjoyment. I like marksmanship.
2. Hunting. I've not done it, yet, but I plan to.
3. The mechanics of it interest me. If I had foundry equipment, I would be smithing.
I don't have it for any force multiplication or defensive reasons. I hope I don't fall into your generalization as well.
Not everyone who owns a gun is an idiot. In fact, I'd say it's only the minority that makes themselves known.
I'll try to be respectful here, but I do have a question: A felon has, by definition, disobeyed the law. What makes you believe they would respect the laws in regards to firearm possession?
Sure, he can just pull out the hot-air rework station he was hiding under his cot, so he can remove the microcontroller from the board without breaking it.
A 30k$ roadside bribe? That's a pretty stupid policeman. That's "shoot me" territory. He should be happy he got away with not getting what he wanted.