All gun owners must be 18 years of age and must have a license to purchase and own firearm(s).
To obtain such license, he or she must attend a training program approved by the state and pass a test as intensive as those required by the U.S. Army or U.S. Marine Corps.
Every firearm must be registered by the state it was purchased in. Such registrations can only be allowed to buyers who have a valid license.
No firearm of any type may be loaded to have more than six cartridges or shot - one in the chamber and five in the magazine.
No firearm can fire in bursts or fully automatic.
No firearm can be carried openly except when hunting with the appropriate hunting license or when in a state approved firing range. At all other times, when transported, it must be cased.
Carrying concealed licenses issued by states will require that all previously stated conditions have been met.
Exceptions to age requirements for a firearm user for hunting purpose may be made by states but not below the age of 14.
Exceptions to the firearms not meeting the aforementioned restrictions can be made by states for special and appropriately licensed dealers and collectors.