I believe a fairly large peaceful march, with no one arrested or hurt, and everything nice, would be very helpful to force the public and media to see typical gun owner activities as they are.
Since DC has commie pinko gun laws, and since "We love guns" T shirts aren't going to make front page news by themselves, how about the marchers being armed with toy guns placed in the best possible holsters, and real gear and accessories if possible?
(Whatever toy guns are legal, the best looking ones legally possible, but a squirt gun or Hello Kitty bubble street sweeper is better than nothing.)
That way it could look like an armed march, and indeed it would be, just not very powerful rounds.
I'm unable to march (can't walk well), don't have a power scooter or what have you, far from DC, and low on cash, so it's not my ideal event to participate on foot, but I like the idea!
I'm not an advocate of avoiding lawbreaking at any cost whatsoever, to the very end, regardless of the situation; this USA would never have existed if people back then had adopted that viewpoint. Runaway slaves would never have been harbored either. Right and wrong must triumph regulations when it comes down to the crunch.
However, in this case a peaceful and fully legal march going without a hitch is just what we need, and with legal and political victories being made, it would be much better to lead off with this rather the uncertainties of the Kokesh event.