According to filings submitted to the Federal Elections Commission, the National Rifle Association's Political Victory Fund raised $2.4 last month.
It marked the group's first full month of political fundraising since the nation's deadliest high school shooting incident on Valentine's Day.
The $2.4 million total is the most money raised by the NRA's political arm in one month since June 2003 and most of it came from small donors who gave less than $200.
What does this tell us about the gun control debate? Do you see the country deeply divided on the issue? Where do you stand, do you find yourself "caught in the middle" at times?