Here is something else to think about. Is the federal government lawfully allowed to make laws controlling guns? If I read the constitution correctly is it not the right of states to make these laws if laws are actually going to be made? What is the federal government doing making a federal law that controls the sale, distribution and ownership of a gun? Regardless what the 2nd amendment says, it's up to the states to make laws such as these. The attorney generals of each state should block any law passed, by the federal government, that infringes upon state law. Take it to court if necessary and tie it up for years.