Figuring the best way to press his civilian disarmament agenda is to go where he’s most comfortable, President Obama took his scary-rifles-are-bad message out on the equivalent of the campaign trail today. Where the skeet shooters live. In reassuringly blue Minnesota, he rehashed what have become standard gun-grabbing talking points like, “weapons of war have no place on the street,” and “our law enforcement officers should never be outgunned.” As if. But he also conceded that “we don’t have to agree on everything to agree that we have to do something,” perhaps an acknowledgment that the Assault Weapons Ban bills that have been introduced in the House and Senate have little to no chance of ever reaching his desk for signature. Look for him to press for more achievable, incremental measures like universal background checks and, possibly, magazine capacity limits.