While they are winning in the courts they have also found two other ways to win that are a new starting point for them. Through excessive regulations of gunshops and frivolous lawsuits. The Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) was supposed to stop the latter but with the recent win against Badger Guns in Wisconsin anti-gunners and their lawyers have a boost of confidence and see a chance to win. With gun shops the anti's can over-regulate them so much that gun shops are forced to close or cannot open or they cannot afford to meet all of the regulations. Sure the gun shop can take the city, county, whatnot to court over it but that takes time and lots of money. And the money is most likely not there for a gun shop or gun manufacturer to fight a lengthy legal battle(s). Recently San Francisco's last gun shop just closed because of their new regulations. One being that each transaction had to be recorded. A lot of customers did not want to be recorded. So, with these two types of attacks which are easier for cities, counties, and states to fight with taxpayer money and gun shops and gun manufactures having limited funds, is this the new battleground and line of attack? Because it seems to be working well so far. We may be at a tipping point, even Hilary Clinton is pushing gun control, something that Al Gore said caused him the presidential election.