Q: Should all guns or just handguns be registered?
A: All firearms should be registered at the time of purchase from a licensed reseller. Beyond that no.
Q. Should gun owners be licensed?
A: No, not for owning a gun. Unless you count some form of identification proving age and residency... but a specific "License to own a firearm" is redundant. Would we also need a License to Speak Freely?
Q. Should people be limited to one gun purchase per month?
A: No, what would that do? That is on equal footing with limiting handguns to 10 rounds of ammunition. It is an ineffectual strategy to represent the notion that something is being done to curb violent crime.
Q. Should training be required before citizens can purchase a firearm?
A: I am on the fence here... I really believe that you should have some form of training or education before you are allowed to own a killing machine. We require training and testing to drive a car, for instance. But the law would have to be very specific and probably over bloated with rhetoric in order to quantify what "training" would be as defined by the states.
Q. Should gun owners be required to have liability insurance?
A: No, but I can see a new market opening up for Firearm Liability Insurance... if they are going to let the scum bags sue us after being shot, we should have the option of buying some form of indemnity. Note I said OPTION.
Q. Should open carry be banned?
A: No, not unless a reasonable and compelling argument can be made as to it being unsafe or unreasonable.
Q. Should right-to-carry / "Shall-issue" laws be repealed and carry permits only be issued at the discretion of local sheriffs and police chiefs?
A: No, it should remain a state issue... if each municipality has its own regulations then just driving up the Interstate from one city to the next would become a legal nightmare.