Looks like we know how the EU Bureaucracy is going to respond to the school shooting in Finland. In addition to raising the age of possession to 18, they also plan:
In addition to making the age-limit more rigid, the EU wants its member states by 2014 to set up computerized databanks containing detailed information on each firearm and the names and addresses of both the supplier and buyer.
The data would be accessible to police and judicial authorities and would be kept on file for 20 years.
I’d say “Oh my, how horrible!” except that’s pretty much what we have here now, except the records aren’t computerized.