I thought I-1639 was very infringing on gun rights but it evidently was not violating enough to turn out enough 2A supporters to defeat it. In fact it passed by a landslide imho. So assuming there are sufficient numbers of 2A supporters to out vote an anti-gun rights initiative in WA or OR. What kind of Initiative would it take to turn out these voters in successful numbers to defeat it? Would an IP43 type of Initiative been enough or would it have to be a complete semi-auto ban or something even more restrictive? I am trying gauge the tolerance of WA and OR voters that support gun rights and it seems that many are pretty tolerant, at least in WA. Edit: to be fair to WA residents. Oregon residents also seemed to display great tolerance of the anti-gun rights movement by allowing a mostly anti-gun rights super majority to take control of the state government. There is lot's of tolerance to go around.