The European Commission lists nine points − each one more asinine than the previous and less than the latter − in the white paper that should point out the guidelines to face this so-called "emergency":
A ban on private ownership of all semi-automatic firearms, even when not military-style: all of them, pistols, rifles and shotguns, centerfire or rimfire.
If the comission thinks that I'm going to hand over my guns because of a foreign government entity they have another thing coming. Also I do wonder what the reasoning behind this move is? And the timing is pretty bad with the eurabia mess going on ATM and a gun ban being consistent with hypothetical intentions to turn EU into a totalitarian leftist state.
At what point did EU even get the right to mess with purely domestic matters in a manner that would harm national security? Could they also rule that states are not allowed to have military mannpower more than 1% of the number of their total population or that war time missile reserves are to be kept in munitions depots controlled by the comission?