She holds her own well against the anti-rights Jackals.
They miss a few glaring points, like that even a perfectly working “Microstamping gun” can fail to leave a readable code, also the code can easily be removed with inexpensive tools and only a few seconds of labor, or the firing pin can be replaced with an aftermarket unit. Further this law does NOTHING to touch the firearms already in the wild. Crime scenes can be cleaned by either policing brass, shooting from inside a car, or using a brass catcher (or simply favoring a revolver), or brass can be gathered at shooting ranges or scrap yards and added to confuse.
Of course the big elephant in the room is that states that have full gun registries, like mine, don’t have any crimes that were solved using that data. Guns are found at the scene of the crime, or in the possession of criminals, or stashed in cashes where gang members check out the gun like a library book when they need one. Yet this data never seems to bring an arrest.
Also they talk about unsolved murders, but I think they watch too much CSI, as most murder convictions are made or broken by eyewitness accounts. When the murder is gang related, there is an understanding in the streets. Cooperate with the police or the courts, and your life, and the life of your family and friends is in danger.
So again, it is more blind throwing money at a problem that won’t be solved.