Nice company you're keeping there.
Now find Norway. Now have a look at what happens when you sort by homicides rather than total deaths, which include Norway's comparitively high (but still way less than the US) suicide rate.
Now find Australia, which has even more restrictive laws. One-tenth the number of firearm related deaths compared to the US, 80% of which are suicides rather than homicides. The US has 40 times more firearm homicides than Australia per capita. That is mindboggling to anyone outside the US.
Gun control isn't the only solution. There is more than one issue at play here. But to put your fingers in your ears and ignore international statistics like these by claiming that gun control isn't a big part of the solution is idiocy.