When we but guns online here in America they dont ship without an FFL. They ship to the the dealer (FFL) holder, and they don't get transfered to the buyer without a background check. The whole "buying guns online" is just scary language. We have enough laws. And yeah you come across as somebody that doesn't know what they are talking about because you probably don't. I don't wade into Scandinavian politics because I don't know the difference between Lutefisk and a hole in the ground.I probably been labeled a communist by some here for actually voice my opinion about gun regulations.
For online sales I really don't see the point.
If you really want a gun then it sucks that the only store have it is in the other side of the country.
I can buy guns online, but I need send a permit from the police that I can aquire a gun.
For amo I need send a copy of my registration papers for that calibrer. Powder and primers any gunregistration, bullets registration of an caliber in that diameter, but because wildcatting brass can be bought without any papers.
However loaded amo and powder is costly to ship because it is explosives.
It is 2020 so I don't see forbidding online sales as anything else than backwards and a way to bring online buisnesses into closing.