I saw a similar article earlier today and I'm not pleased. It reminded me of a comment made by Tom Gresham on his Gun Talk podcast this last Sunday, this is where the house to house searches will start. The only way the government can enforce a gun confiscation is to do away with the Bill of Rights.
I thought these elected "representatives" (that title seems to be of little meaning since this man does not appear to represent the desires of those that elected him) took an oath to defend the constitution of both the state and of the federation. It's one thing to deny people the ability to obtain such items in the future, it's a whole new level of insanity to deny people the property they already own.
Does anyone recall their history on how the American war for independence started? It started with gun confiscation. If this "representative" wants to take our guns then he is going to have to expect someone not doing this willingly. There will be blood. The only question in my mind is who will shoot first, the government or the citizen?
This man needs to be removed from office before someone gets hurt. That is not a threat, just a reminder of our history.