Jay Hanlon of Silver Spring, Md., second from left, and Mike Toeneboehn  of Annapolis, Md., second from right, hold a 2nd amendment sign as they listen to speakers at at a pro-gun rights rally against a proposal by Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley that would ban assault weapons and require residents to obtain a license before purchasing handguns at Lawyers Park in front of the Maryland State House, Annapolis, Md., Wednesday, February 6, 2013. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

Photo by: ANDREW HARNIK

Jay Hanlon of Silver Spring, Md., second from left, and Mike Toeneboehn of Annapolis, Md., second from right, hold a 2nd amendment sign as they listen to speakers at at a pro-gun rights rally against a proposal by Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley that would ban assault weapons and require residents to obtain a license before purchasing handguns at Lawyers Park in front of the Maryland State House, Annapolis, Md., Wednesday, February 6, 2013. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)