I don't have energy to fully go into the details, but I have an idea on how a society involving guns should work. Fully Volunteer Professional Army, no conscription, draft only legal if an enemy occupies friendly territory. Get rid of macho-gun culture. In highschool, the last 2 years are a basic version of ROTC. Lax, very slack. No yelling or screaming just positive reinforcement and competitiveness. Educate population on military subjects, firearms, basic war-fighting, tactics, strategy, history, ethics, ect. If you don't want kids going out and buying guns because it's "Cool" or makes them feel "powerful", put them in school and make the subject boring as hell. Have instructors watching the roost of chickens like a hawk and make safety and positive attitude the highest priority. Putting firearms into the curriculum that is already required in public school, along with mental well-being education will go a long way to sort this mess out. However public paramilitaries have a tendency of pacifying the public because everyone wants to be an operator before you have to do some operator shit and spend 48 hours digging a hole into limestone. The draft caused regular people into the armed forces, causing the end of the Vietnam War. You have to have an agreed upon social and moral contract for using state sanctioned violence with the general populace. Doing that would cut down the numbers Haliburton and Phiser will be able to bribe and brainwash into their mercenary forces, so of course you have to fight political corruption first, or trick the elites into thinking this will benefit them. They will also be afraid if the people have the ability to form their own militias. You're living in a dream if you think the U.S. still abides by the constitution. The tyranny has already instituted itself, slowly over time like a frog slowly boiling in a pot.