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President Barack Obama looks at Nicole Hockley and her husband Ian, right, after she introduced him at the University of Hartford in Hartford, Conn., Monday, April 8, 2013. The Hockley's lost a child in the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtoen, Conn. Obama said that lawmakers have an obligation to the children killed and other victims of gun violence to act on his proposals. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

President Barack Obama looks at Nicole Hockley and her husband Ian, right, after she introduced him at the University of Hartford in Hartford, Conn., Monday, April 8, 2013. The Hockley's lost a child in the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtoen, Conn. Obama said that lawmakers have an obligation to the children killed and other victims of gun violence to act on his proposals. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Jody Winslow, of Farmington, Conn., carries signs regarding the second amendment of the U.S. Constitution as he heads back to the Capitol in Hartford, Conn., Wednesday, April 3, 2013. Hundreds of gun rights advocates are gathering at the statehouse in Hartford ahead of a vote in the General Assembly on proposed gun-control legislation. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Neil Heslin, the father of a six-year-old boy who was slain in the Sandy Hook massacre in Newtown, Conn., on Dec. 14, holds a picture of himself with his son Jesse and wipes his eye while testifying on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013, before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the Assault Weapons Ban of 2013. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Donna Soto, mother of slain Sandy Hook Elementary teacher Victoria Soto, holds here phone with a photo of her daughter on it while she listens to testimony on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013, during the Senate Judiciary Committee on the Assault Weapons Ban of 2013. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Jillian Soto, sister of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victim Victoria Soto, left, speaks as her cousin Heather Cronk, right, holding photograph of Soto, listens, during a rally at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn., Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. Thousands of people turned out to call on lawmakers to toughen gun laws in light of the December elementary school shooting in Newtown that left 26 students and educators dead. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

Demonstrators yell and hold up signs during a rally at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn., Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. Thousands of people turned out to call on lawmakers to toughen gun laws in light of the December elementary school shooting in Newtown that left 26 students and educators dead. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

Aleena Nicoloro of Redding, Conn. holds a sign during a rally at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn., Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. Thousands of people turned out to call on lawmakers to toughen gun laws in light of the December elementary school shooting in Newtown that left 26 students and educators dead. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

Abigail Garrett of Hampden holds a saign during a rally at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn., Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. Thousands of people turned out to call on lawmakers to toughen gun laws in light of the December elementary school shooting in Newtown that left 26 students and educators dead. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

Former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who was seriously injured in the mass shooting that killed six people in Tucson, Ariz. two years ago, sits with her husband Mark Kelly, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013, and gives an opening statement before the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun violence. Supporters and opponents of stricter gun control measures face off at a hearing on what lawmakers should do to curb gun violence in the wake of last month's shooting rampage in Newtown, Ct., that killed 20 schoolchildren. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who was seriously injured in the mass shooting that killed six people in Tucson, Ariz. two years ago, sits with her husband Mark Kelly, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013, and gives an opening statement before the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun violence. Supporters and opponents of stricter gun control measures face off at a hearing on what lawmakers should do to curb gun violence in the wake of last month's shooting rampage in Newtown, Ct., that killed 20 schoolchildren. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Firearms Training Unit Detective Barbara J. Mattson of the Connecticut State Police holds up a Bushmaster AR-15 rifle, the same make and model of gun used by Adam Lanza in the Sandy Hook School shooting, for a demonstration during a hearing of a legislative subcommittee reviewing gun laws, at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford, Conn., Monday, Jan. 28, 2013. The parents of children killed in the Newtown school shooting called for better enforcement of gun laws Monday at the legislative hearing. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

Tasha Devoe, left, of Lawrence, Mass., joins a march to the National Rifle Association headquarters on Capitol Hill in Washington Monday, Dec. 17, 2012. Curbing gun violence will be a top priority of President Barack Obama's second term, aides say. but exactly what he'll pursue and how quickly are still evolving. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Tasha Devoe, left, of Lawrence, Mass., joins a march to the National Rifle Association headquarters on Capitol Hill in Washington Monday, Dec. 17, 2012. Curbing gun violence will be a top priority of President Barack Obama's second term, aides say. but exactly what he'll pursue and how quickly are still evolving. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Firearms instructor Mike Magowan works with student Josh Meadows during a concealed weapon permit class at Take Aim Gun Range in Sarasota Florida

Firearms instructor Mike Magowan (R) works with student Josh Meadows during a concealed weapons permit class at Take Aim Gun Range in Sarasota, Florida December 15, 2012. The number of active concealed weapons licenses in Florida, already home to more owners of such registered weapons than any other U.S. state, is expected to reach the 1 million mark next week, a state official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Brian Blanco (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)

A Glock handgun available in a raffle promotion at Adventures Outdoors in Smyrna.

A Glock handgun available in a raffle promotion is shown at Adventures Outdoors in Smyrna, Georgia, October 25, 2012. The store has promoted the raffle on billboards as a "Vote. Win a rifle." but owner Jay Wallace has stated that all Georgia residents are eligible to enter. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)

Van Meter, of Rhineland, WI, inspects a revolver during the National Rifle Association's (NRA) 141st Annual Meetings & Exhibits in St. Louis

Homer Van Meter, of Rhineland, WI, inspects a revolver during the National Rifle Association's (NRA) 141st Annual Meetings & Exhibits in St. Louis, Missouri, April 13, 2012. REUTERS/Tom Gannam (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

Meritt joins other members of the OKOCA wearing unconcealed side arms as they gather at Beverly's Pancake House in Oklahoma City

Morgan Meritt of Del City, Oklahoma, joins other members of the Oklahoma Open Carry Association (OKOCA) wearing unconcealed side arms as they gather at Beverly's Pancake House in Oklahoma City November 1, 2012. A new Oklahoma law took effect November 1 allowing anyone with a concealed weapon license to carry their firearms openly in a holster or belt. REUTERS/Bill Waugh (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS CRIME LAW)

Hull, founding director of OKOCA, addresses members gathered at Beverly's Pancake House in Oklahoma City

Bryan Hull (R), founding director of the Oklahoma Open Carry Association (OKOCA), and Tim Gillespie, director of Oklahoma Second Amendment Association, wear unconcealed side arms as Richard Prawdzienski (C) listens to Hull addressing OKOCA members gathered at Beverly's Pancake House in Oklahoma City November 1, 2012. A new Oklahoma law took effect November 1 allowing anyone with a concealed weapon license to carry their firearms openly in a holster or belt. REUTERS/Bill Waugh (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS CRIME LAW)

One of several billboards of a gun raffle promotion at Adventures Outdoors in Smyrna.

One of several billboards of a gun raffle promotion at Adventures Outdoors in Smyrna, Georgia, October 25, 2012. The store has promoted the raffle on billboards as a "Vote. Win a rifle." but owner Jay Wallace has stated that all Georgia residents are eligible to enter. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)

Chavez helps his son with target practice before a wild hog hunt at Great Southern Outdoors Wildlife Plantation in Union Springs

Jeremy Chavez helps his son Ryan, 6, with target practice before a wild hog hunt at Great Southern Outdoors Wildlife Plantation in Union Springs, Alabama, Saturday June 16, 2012. Fast, smart and dangerous, the wild boar was once the most prized hunter's catch in ancient Greece. Now it is becoming a popular target of hunters in the United States. An explosion of wild pig populations has become such a nuisance that hunting seasons are being flung wide open for wild hog across the nation. Picture taken June 16, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)

Engle and Engle hold weapons as they pose for a photograph with a man dressed as Santa Claus at the Scottsdale Gun Club in Scottsdale

Todd Engle (C) and Mary Rose Engle (R) hold weapons as they pose for a photograph with a man dressed as Santa Claus at the Scottsdale Gun Club in Scottsdale, Arizona December 10, 2011. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)

FAMILY CHECKS OUT GUNS AT NRA MEETING.

Members of a family check out the Beretta gun display at the 132nd Annual National Rifle Association Meeting in Orlando, Florida, April 27, 2003. The National Rifle Association had plenty to celebrate at its annual convention on Sunday: a gun-friendly president and Congress it helped elect, a robust membership of four million and a real shot at eliminating its most hated law - the ban on assault weapons. PP03040078 REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton SS/HB NRA

McConathy holds a hunting rifle with a short stock at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth

Hunter McConathy (C), 7, holds a hunting rifle with a short stock as his father Bryan (R) and Cabela's salesman Russ Duncan (L) watch him at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas June 26, 2008. Individual Americans have a right to own guns, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday for the first time in history, striking down a strict gun control law in the U.S. capital. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)

People test Trijicon rifle scopes at the Safari Club International Convention in Reno

Eleven-year-old Harrison Atwood (L) and Tony Miele (R) test Trijicon rifle scopes at the Safari Club International Convention in Reno, Nevada January 29, 2011. U.S. President Barack Obama is expected to address gun control soon, in the wake of the Tucson shootings, local media reported. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) FOR BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE: ALSO SEE GM1E73B0CC801

Eric Grabowski holds a hand gun in The Shooter Shop in West Allis, Wisconsin

Eric Grabowski holds a hand gun, very similar to the gun used by alleged gunman Wade Michael Page, in The Shooter Shop, where Page purchased the weapon, in West Allis, Wisconsin, August 7, 2012. The gun used in the crime was the crime was identical, only it had a shorter barrel. The semiautomatic handgun used in the deadly attack on a Wisconsin Sikh temple is the same type used in other recent U.S. mass shootings, including one at a theater in Colorado, and the attack on a congresswoman in Arizona, gun experts said. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION)

A Palmetto M4 assault rifle is seen at the Rocky Mountain Guns and Ammo store in Parker, Colorado

A Palmetto M4 assault rifle is seen at the Rocky Mountain Guns and Ammo store in Parker, Colorado July 24, 2012. The killing of 12 people at a midnight screening of the new Batman movie in the Denver suburb of Aurora may spark a fresh round of soul-searching on America's relationship with guns but few predict any real change in the law. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)

A sticker is seen at the Rocky Mountain Guns and Ammo store in Parker, Colorado

A sticker is seen at the Rocky Mountain Guns and Ammo store in Parker, Colorado July 24, 2012. The killing of 12 people at a midnight screening of the new Batman movie in the Denver suburb of Aurora may spark a fresh round of soul-searching on America's relationship with guns but few predict any real change in the law. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW)

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