Yet another "this is pitiful" moment
A glance at the Million Moms March webpage shows three campaigns:
1) They urge you to contact your Congressman to oppose the manufacturers' liability protection bill: "Together we can make a difference -- we can beat this legislation and Stop the NRA in its tracks." (Given that the bill passed the House by a nearly 2:1 vote last week, it may be a little late for that ... but not too late to take the embarassment off their webpage!)
2) a pitch against .50 rifles and
3) a pitch against that FNH 5.7 mm pistol,
Both of which are distinguished by one thing: neither has ever been used in a crime. Oh, and the 5.7 is supposedly a cop killer, but the manufacturer's web page notes: "All 5.7 x 28 mm restricted ammunition (armor piercing) is sold only to law enforcement and military agencies. This ammunition is only released and shipped from a U.S. Customs controlled custom bonded warehouse (CBW) upon BATFE and U.S. Customs approval. " Without AP, the cartridge is just an underpowered .22 (the .22 Hornet, which came out in the early 1900s, runs rings around it).