Incase any of you missed a recent GOA letter Dang that sounds bad and very underhanded... that is unless you read the actual bill... http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c110:S.456: Their big todo is about Section 215 The part they have the trouble with is: So it seems that the big deal is what is a gang and gang crimes. GOA says it is your church bowling league. Does the bill define gangs as such? Uh, no. What would a church bowling league have to do to warrant each of 5 members of the league at least one year sentence in federal cases or 5 years in a state case? If a veteran keeps a firearm while on the mentally disabled VA list, where are the 4 others that would constitute a gang? Having a loaded gun in your glovebox as you drive by a school? Maybe if you had 4 other people in the car all with guns as you drove by the school and commit a violent act. Selling a firearm in a Bloomberg sting? Sorry, were civil cases filed by NY City. The bill says convicted of a state or federal crime. Criminal case, not civil. Teaching your son to shoot? Where are the other 3 people and the violent crime that must be committed? So by reading the entire bill, it appears that NONE of the things GOA says the bill could cover, could in any way be covered. GOA is either lying or they don't know that they should read the whole bill before commenting on it.