So by making it possible for those for whom it is already illegal to possess a gun to be able to get taken off of the "denied" list, when they previously had no process in place to be removed from it, that is increasing the amount of gun control?
As for the claim that this legislation will give psychiatrists the power to single-handedly deny people their rights to own guns, it's interesting that yesterday I was reading an article on the NRA's website saying that it wouldn't leave decisions in the hands of doctors. Which claim is right?
Am I saying that the NRA has not screwed up? Of course not. And I'm not pleased with many of the actions of the NRA... but this piece is not one of them. If the NRA were able to get passed a piece of legislation that changed the process for purchasing Class III weapons to the same as for purchasing any other gun, I get the feeling that they would still get bashed for "supporting gun control".