And how do you make a connection between gun control and incarceration rates?
As of 2006, 49.3% of state prisoners were incarcerated for non-violent crimes. As of 2008, 90.7% of federal prisoners, or 165,457 individuals, were incarcerated for non-violent offenses. And then you have to take the violent non-gun related offenses out of the remainder of inmates. It hardly seems like there's a correlation between the incarceration rate and gun control - that feels like quite the stretch.
It really is up to the person using the gun what happens with it. I saw a great article about it called "Conversations with my AK-47" take a moment to read it if you care; http://easybakegunclub.com/blog/75/Conversations-with-my-AK-47.html