over here concealed carry is hard to get.. Without a specific purpose, they do not hand it out at all. If you ask me, i think it's ok like that.. Self defense is allowed, but it must be proportional to the threat according to our legal framework. So if i double tap an unarmed burglar stealing my bike i could run into troubles. This also applies if he just had a knife. Indiscriminate use of deadly force is authorized only in those situations about life and death for you or people around you. Even then you'd be sucked into investigations in order to prove the point... So forget about CC and if someone breaks in my house i'm better off firing some warning rounds ;-)
we do not have any restriction about prohibited items whatsoever - the cost is flat for all and nets up to ca. 100$ which is the 'extra' buying permit that is issued to you by the police. Some full autos are actually cheaper than new semi-only guns, partly due to the fact that their market is less liquid. You can also get some new guns in select fire versions: SIG 550/551/553 can be bought in select fire version for 150$ extra on top of the standard price.
Overall the gun ecosystem here is stricter in some ways, but also more relaxed in other aspects compared to the US. Probably the major pro is that we do not have SBR issues at a federal level. Nor do we have other state limitations (i think california is notoriously stricter than other states). On the other hand we do have some sort of universal background check before a buying permit is issued - it is needed even for private sales, else you are still responsible for what happens with the gun as you are the last 'legal' owner thereof.
I saw some pictures of fellow gun collectors running select fire MP7, Minimis etc.. If you are into guns and have money, Switzerland can make you a happy man
more of a collector's country though, as shooting outside in the woods or self defense are a bit more complicated!