That’s exactly right. They wanted to mobilize gun owners as a political identity group to come out en masse for Trump. They intentionally tried to market Trump’s staying in office and the 2A as the same thing. I’m not enthusiastic at all about the current President, but the last one cared much more about himself than he did the rights of gun owners (or anything else really). I don’t have many outward displays of gun ownership or gun culture because it’s better to be more gray. I want to talk about guns with other gun owners - case hardening, absurd bayonets, old rifles, WML’s, where to find buck shot in stock. But I don’t want to waste my time arguing with gun control advocates, because I can’t change their opinions. Having a bunch of pro-2A displays sets me up to get yanked into pointless arguments. I don’t care what they think, and I have no desire to invite their noise into my life.