I respectfully disagree to the comparison, there are a lot of people who value there guns much more then gold
and require forfeiture of the firearms upon the deaths of their current owners. Some of the changes in Feinstein’s new bill are as follows:
How can you disagree when it has been done with gold, guns, land, for the good of the country or other people?
In Maine, the Acadia National Park was annexing surrounding properties. Just taking them after the current owners died, no leaving it to heirs.
The book Little Pink Houses documents a local gov. can take your property and sell it to private interests to develop, not to preserve it.
The state of Maine forced adoption of new rules about development that stole most of my land. It can't be developed, but my taxes did not go down one dime.
This is just a few examples of the creep of gov. rule. And nobody picked up their guns and fought. After a couple more generations that see it as just the way it is, they will turn in the guns.