Gun 'violence' is very localized in this country. To mostly criminals and gang members (not mutually exclusive groups by any means.) The vast number of homicides fall into these 2 groups. Those are your 'numbers.'
And then there are victims of crimes...which we all wish to prevent and aim for. However reducing their ability to have guns to protect themselves? Or those tasked with protecting them? Pure folly.
You could offer no proof that your suggestions would work. I used your vehicle examples to proved evidence they would not.
So again, I'm not the one that 'blindness' should be attributed to. You do not have a clear grasp of the issues. You provided no specifics whatsoever.