It's not unusual for gun-control advocates to be unhappy with members of Congress. Congress, after all, hasn't passed any substantial gun-control legislation in more than two decades.
But on Monday, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence had a bone to pick with a guy they're normally friends with: Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.). The move perplexed other gun-control advocates as much as it might have perplexed you.
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