Brady Campaign leaps aboard IACP (and Joyce) bandwagon
I posted with regard the International Assn of Chiefs of Police report, which was funded (and apparently written) by the Joyce Foundation. Today, Brady Campaign climbed aboard that bandwagon, meaning that their idea of "moderate, common-sense gun control" now includes, at a minimum:
Outlawing all private (non-dealer) gun transfers;
"Assault weapon" bans;
.50 caliber ban;
bans on handgun cartridges that can penetrate body armor (i.e., magnum chamberings, and probably a lot else -- the commonest form of body armor is meant to stand up to .38/9mm and nothing more potent -- not to mention that if a ban is written broadly it will include almost all rifle rounds, since pistols are available in .30-30, .35 Remington, etc.);
"health and safety" regulation of firearms design;
"one gun a month;"
repeal the Tiahrt Amendment to facilitate lawsuits against dealers and manufacturers;
and probably a lot else....