What is a practical, common-sense policy solution to mass shootings?

I know we have been over this topic ad infinitum, but it usually devolves into triggered emotions, strawman arguments, and false equivalencies (both TS and NS).

I would like to hear from TS (especially those who are libertarian-leaning) if there are practical policy solutions being proposed in their circles that address this alarming rise of mass shooters. I personally cannot think of any that don’t involve either a conditional approach to 2A or taxpayer-funded programs addressing mental health.

Just to stay ahead of some expected responses, please consider the question being asked. I respect the Libertarian interpretation of 2A, even if I disagree, and am interested in having this dialogue from a more constructive angle.

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