I don't see why the argument over gun laws always has to be two extremes, guns and no guns
Yes. That is the US gun control argument by people who don't live in the US and have no idea what they're talking about. It's either "no guns" or "guns".
Everyone in the US knows that there are more guns than there are people, and just a little more than half are actually legal and registered, and that removing guns from the US is logistically impossible. We know this entire debate is completely and utterly pointless.
Quite frankly I'm disgusted whenever something like the Sandy Hook shootings, or Virginia Tech, or Columbine happens and people are so quick to use it to support their own political or sociological ideals or arguments.
No one was talking about how much of a problem guns are a week before 20 children died. No one here was debating gun control in the US the day, week, or month before the shooting. The day after, everyone can't shut up about how their own political stance would have stopped this. It's like people wait for this sort of thing to happen just so their opinions can be justified. It's absurd.