Loss of gun rights is just the precursor to the loss of all individual liberties - Lexington and Concord were a first strike in a larger campaign. And we stopped them at the first strike, and a war started. Not seeing that getting repeated in a national way, maybe in a local way. Most gun owners in the US are rabid on the internet, but scared in reality, fat, dumb and happy, and already 47% socialist. They won't die for liberty; heck they will barely suffer a harsh word for it.
So what happens next will be camps and executions if history is an indicator (and it is). Then again, the lucius principle suggests that the next worst thing will be worse than the worst thing we can remember, so it may be better to go out in a pile of brass than to see what that future will be. I am hopeful for balkanization, but that means some of us are going to have to leave our beloved geography in order to live free somewhere else. Our nation was founded by such, leaving the land that had been in their family for generations to go somewhere they could live free. Based on what I read here and elsewhere, people are more in love with their geography than living free, so they may give up their liberties to stay in their home.