President Barack Obama is asking a team led by Vice President Joe Biden to offer "concrete proposals" to curb gun violence, in the aftermath of the horrific massacre at a Connecticut elementary school.
Biden, a longtime gun control advocate, will lead a team that will include members of Obama's administration and outside groups.
At the same time, Chuck Godfrey -- the president of the Erie County Federation of Sportsman's Clubs -- says he thinks it's more of the same rhetoric.
"The only thing new is he's now going to have a multi-agency task force, but my guess is they'll come up with the same recommendations they have in the past," Godfrey says.
Godfrey figures one part of the plan will be similar to the Clinton assault-weapon ban, which he says covered more than some would call assault weapons.
He says what the nation should worry about are the criminals, who don't obey the law to begin with.
Also on Wednesday, Obama called on Congress to reinstate an assault weapons ban that expired in 2004, and to close the gun show "loophole" allowing people to buy firearms from private dealers without a background check.
And he says he wants Congress to look into limiting high-capacity ammunition clips.
He's vowing to submit new policy proposals for reducing gun violence by January.