No measure will 100% solve the problem - including everything you've suggested.<quoted text>If you were honestly addressing the issue we wouldn't be having this conversation. The problem isn't guns. The problem is people. You know it as well as I do. Restricting and regulating the rights of the law abiding will do absolutely nothing to keep weapons out of the hands of criminals and psychos. All you can hope for with that aproach is to cause the criminals/psychos to buy on the black market or steal what they desire.......which the vast majority of them already do. Gun control is NOT the answer to reducing the violence and crime, reducing the number of criminals and psychos free to commit crime and acts of murder is undeniably the way to reduce crime and violence. A killer without a gun is still a killer, a gun without a killer is just a hunk of metal.
When you start from the assumption that if gun safety measures don't solve the whole problem 100% then they are a waste of time, you are framing the issue so that you can avoid honestly dealing with it.