German gun laws enacted preceded by three school shootings.
There were three school shootings in Germany. All three school shooters, ahem, ahem, committed suicide.
Now, people in Germany have to let the government come into their homes and inspect the household.
From article "Gun Politics in Germany" The second amendment became effective on July 17, 2009. It introduced routine verifications of safe firearms storage by local firearms control offices at the homes of licensees. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
School Shooting Number 1: The Erfurt massacre was a school massacre that occurred on April 26, 2002 at the Gutenberg-Gymnasium in Erfurt, Germany. The gunman, 19-year-old expelled student Robert Steinhäuser, shot and killed 16 people; comprising 13 faculty members, 2 students, and one police officer, before committing suicide. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
School Shooting Number 2: The Emsdetten school shooting was a school shooting that occurred at the Geschwister Scholl-Schule in Emsdetten, Germany on 20 November 2006. 18-year-old former student Bastian Bosse shot and wounded five people and set off several smoke bombs before committing suicide. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
School Shooting Number 3: The Winnenden school shooting occurred on the morning of 11 March 2009 at a secondary school in Winnenden, Baden-Württemberg, in southwestern Germany, followed by a shootout at a car dealership in nearby Wendlingen. The shooting spree resulted in 16 deaths, including the suicide of the perpetrator, 17-year-old Tim Kretschmer, who had graduated from the school one year earlier. He also injured 11 persons during the incident. [link to en.wikipedia.org]