Robert, what is your opinion on the private ownership of firearms, if I might ask?
You can own a hunting rifle, or as many hunting longarms as you wish. I suppose you can also collect decorative arms that do not work.
If you are a businessman who works in a high crime area, say a liquor store owner in the ghetto, and if you can prove you need a handgun or longarm due to armed robbers, you can have one, but you need to keep it at the store, and you can’t take it home with you. If you want use a handgun at a shooting range, you may own one, but you must keep it at the range and you may not take it with you.
These are the only cases where you would be allowed to own a handgun. Possession of a handgun outside of a shooting range or your business in a high crime area would be illegal. No one would be allowed to have a handgun in their homes or vehicles. Hunting with a handgun would be illegal, and they are useless for hunting anyway.
No concealed carry would be allowed ever except for off duty law enforcement officers and some on-duty security types (Secret Service).
All automatic weapons from handguns to longarms would be banned. There is no reason on Earth to own such a weapon.
If you want to protect your home from criminals, feel free to do so with your longarm. Shotguns work great.