Will the hostage-taking in Sydney prompt Australia to revisit its prohibitive gun control laws?

Two hostages died, along with the gunman, when police stormed a cafe and killed the attacker. 

Gretchen Carlson discussed the gun control aspect of the story with Australian author and journalist Nick Adams.

He said for the first time in a long time Australians are starting to realize what happens when the bad guy is the only one with a gun. 

"There was a sense of despair, a sense of helplessness yesterday. ... Why should we give advantage to the bad guys, whether they're criminals or whether they're terrorists, when we can easily make sure that their task is just that little bit more difficult?" Adams asked.

Adams believes the incident could change the sentiment among Australians and force a reevaluation of the current gun control laws. 

Watch his analysis above.