Across the United States, gun rights advocate are rolling back restrictive firearms laws. With the exception of Chicago’s post-McDonald anti-gun city ordinances and California’s recent ban on open carry, we’ve seen a consistent move away from the “something must be done!” mindset as applied to gun-related crime. The NRA and other pro-gun folk have consistently argued that “enforcing existing laws” is the key to addressing firearms-related issues; a philosophy at work in the plinking problem above. Which kinda suggests that there is such a thing as a good gun law. Is there? Banning felons from buying and owning guys? Mandatory training for concealed carry licenses? Concealed carry licenses? Full-auto ban? What gun laws do you support?