Hammehead, You've missed the point that there's little need to do anything at all and that reacting to a tragedy is best done with some distance and perspective gained by it. Out of a population of 300,000,000 how many people this year carried out inexplicable mass shootings? 5, 0.00000016% of the population. Do all of them fit your criteria of young men that you want to restrict? No, two were "adults". Of that 300,000,000 how many were killed in mass shootings? 47, 0.0000017% of the population. How many people would you subject to these controls? There are about 2.2 million schizophrenics in the US. Not all of them are violent (supposedly ~2%). Truth be known, not even mental health professionals can predict with any accuracy if or when a sufferer is going to begin to show violent tendencies. Would you subject all of them and everyone in their families to this restriction? What criteria would you establish? It is probably too soon to start saying we have to impose specific restrictions on specific groups of people in this country and that time may never come about until we see a real statistical risk instead of these isolated horrific incidents that harm such a tiny fraction of the population with such infrequency.