Laura Ingraham hosted Jonathan Lowy of the Brady Center's Legal Action Project and Larry Pratt, Executive Director of Gun Owners of America.
Pratt said background checks haven't had a significant impact on crime as criminals get their guns via illegal methods. He said the gun free zones are where the murders take pace. He advocates that schools should have latitude in having armed security on campus. He said that less than 2% of crimes are committed by those who bought weapons at gun shows.
Lowy said most gun owners and NRA members agree on certain measures such as background checks on every gun sale. Ingraham said the Newtown shooting wouldn't have been prevented. Lowy said that high power magazines restrictions should be considered. He noted the Brady Law has prevented several million violence with guns.
Pratt contended that government intrusion is honing on the good citizens and that the government was responsible for the "Fast and Furious" gun debacle.
Lowy said law enforcement should be given every tool necessary to prevent gun violence. He said he's fired various guns but doesn't own one. Ingraham cited the divide between the wealthy who can afford armed security and concealed arms while those who aren't are less able to arm themselves.
Lowy said his group is advocating measures that most people can agree on. Pratt said that areas of Fairfax County where guns are allowed has a lower death rate with guns than Britain.