I made this to see what the gun community's thoughts are on some of these proposals. This is obviously not a comprehensive list, but it gets a conversation started (and I'm willing to be its not a "vast majority" of gun owners agreeing on things as Pres. Obama suggests). Anyway, what do you guys think of this? For me: 1, 14, and 21. 1: It makes sense to me. If a licensed psychological panel (not individual) agrees (as in, Timmy got committed for idealizations of mass murder, maybe we should think about that), the person could be flagged as a risk; warranting a mandatory waiting period, denial, or even LEO notification/ investigation upon trying to purchase a gun. 14. My valid driver's license allows me drive a car in any state, and some foreign countries. Since the 2nd Amendment affects everyone in the nation, it should affect them all equally. A standardized training and/or licensing course w/ periodic renewals makes sense. It would also allow you to own, purchase, and operate any type of weapon valid for that license immediately upon proof of license; similarly to how a standard vehicle license allows for cars, but not big rigs, etc. That being said, if I have the license, I want to be able to go to Ohio, New York, Illinois, etc with my firearm for whatever legal purpose I may wish; whether that be to buy, sell, shoot, or trade with any other licensed owner/ operator. 21.: This applies to what are known as select-fire weapons (that's automatic for non-firearms types). If Law Enforcement officers such as SWAT can own and operate true military grade weaponry, then so should any other CIVILIAN, provided they are equally trained, checked, and proficient. This may scare people, and it should. The "standards" for LEOs to gain access to this, and often use it against unarmed people; is very disconcerting. This would force LEOs to have higher quality training and responsibility. Afterthought: Nothing in my proposals involves limiting firearms (expands actually. I'd like a Krinkov in burst fire for under $3000, Alex), only those who can access them. It expands where a valid Concealed Carry License owner could carry (everywhere) and bans nothing. Thoughts? Scores?