""They're trying to change the culture with this broader notion of gun rights," said Clyde Wilcox,..."
I think Mr. Wilcox is narrow minded and missed the mark. The fact is that "culture" has enbraced the right to arms since prior to 1776. It wasn't until the 1930's that "gun control" became so popular, due in part to the Northern gansters who used machine guns and military weapons to get their business done.
The "change" is people who want to ban guns and gun rights.