I don't see connection between gun ownership and an increase in gun crime.
From the link to the Polish statistics you gave earlier, there were 32 gun deaths in Poland for the year 2014. That's pretty low. Do you not see the connection between the fact that there are limited numbers of guns in Poland and therefore low numbers of deaths and gun crimes? From that same link, 9 guns were used during fights, one was used in a rape, and 22 people suffered gun related injuries.
Guns in Poland are not easy to get hold of, so it stands to reason that this is why there is less gun related crime, or do you disagree? By definition, an increase in the numbers of guns available, will surely lead to more gun related crime.
Both the Czech republic and Switzerland are countries where it is legal to have guns for self defence, and both have higher rates of gun death and crime than Poland. Consider also that Czech Republic only has about 10 million people, and Switzerland 8 million, in contrast to Poland's 38 million.
Then look at Romania for example, a country which has very strict gun laws. There are less gun deaths there than in Poland even.
2. Comparisons of any kind almost always are flawed.
To a degree you are right, many people will automatically try to compare the US to Poland for gun deaths and crime, but the two countries have very different problems and populations. However I still think that the US is a good example of numbers of guns relating to numbers of gun crimes. 89 out of 100 people own guns in the US. I don't think it is a coincidence that there are very high numbers of guns in the US and very high numbers of gun related deaths. If you disagree, then what would your reason be to explain this?
DON'T WANT WEAPONS HERE BECAUSE OF WHAT HAPPENS IN USA. PERIOD. None of them are thinking deeper about why gun crimes are so often in USA.
I agree, I've pointed this out before on another gun thread.