Can they actually ENFORCE it, and survive?
Play russian roulette with the Constitution, and our inalienable rights, and there's an even chance that they will lose.
I think they should be made to understand the answer to that is No... but the evidence of their own eyes doesn't seems to be making much of an impression.
They firmly believe that they can enforce their will on the citizens and they will continue relentlessly with every resource available to them. That is the nature of the problem.
Perhaps they overestimate their chances. That will not improve the outcome.
I have spoken at some length with State Representatives and Senators on these matters, and it appears to me that they do not fear the voters at all. They do seem to fear armed resistance to the State. They are unshakably committed to disarming the citizens "to insure public safety".
In my opinion, we are past the point where letters, protests, or votes can fix anything.