OK, brief update then. Not much happening as regards the name of the thread. Chances of the proposal passing in Senate don't seem any better than a year ago. That is a pitty in the grand scheme of things, but as regards the original reason for the proposed ammendment, it seems that all issues that have arisen from the EU Gun Ban will be solved in the Fireams Act itself in a satisfactory way (the more things change the more they'll stay the same and actually outside of EU Gun Ban scope things are set to get better in many areas - less beaurocracy, less fees, silencers, etc.). Main issue is that the new Firearms Act would come into force in 2022, if it even gets passed. Meanwhile politicians will need to react after the Czech suit against the EU Gun Ban gets rejected by the EU Court in order to avoid monetary sanctions by the EU. That means some uncertainty for near future, but it seems that all relevant key players are in line as regards the sought outcome, i.e. keeping the current level of gun rights of law abiding citizens.