Pick 1, only 1.
While I'm opposed to all violence, there is a big difference between punching someone with a fist, hitting someone with a hammer, stabbing someone with a knife, all which requires to the person to come somewhat close to the victim, and likely can only injure one person at a time.... and randomly spraying bullets from a distance into a crowd of multiple captive victims with an assault rifle capable of decapitating a child in a matter of seconds. Violence by assault rifle is many times worse than a slap on the cheek. Wouldn't you say?
All violence is no good and a serious concern. I recently found out that a childhood friend got sent up the river to state prison for as long as fifteen years for attempted homicide, and he didn't need a gun in order to cause harm to others, which tells me guns aren't the problem. As usual, it is a human behavioral problem we're up against. Blaming the guns is lazy.