From the Tulsa World story:
A leading gun-control group gave Oklahoma a score of 2 out of a possible 100 points Wednesday, but the score was enough to keep the state off the "do-nothing'' list.The Brady Campaign and those who support them will not rest until each and every gun owner in the country is lined up and flogged for desiring to exercise their right to keep and bear arms. Even many prosecutors who have campaigned as "2nd Amendment supporters," fall in lock-step with editorial boards and university elitists who somehow believe university campuses are equal to that of the Holy Sepulcher. It's sexy to campaign as a supporter of the right to keep and bear arms because it is an 80 percentile issue in Oklahoma. Most Democrats and Republicans alike find the Brady Campaign and the anti-gun crowd to be far left of center. But once elected, most find themselves in a precarious situation - they want to be invited to the expensive dinners and the elitist events hosted by the power-brokers who donate to their campaigns.
According to the fourth-annual scorecard released by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, Oklahoma received its 2 points for not forcing colleges to allow firearms on campus.
Still, the group concluded, "Oklahoma has weak gun laws that help feed the illegal gun market and allow the sale of guns without background checks.''
While the Brady Campaign has other states groveling at their feet, Oklahoma is standing firm and most of us consider their low scores to be a badge of honor.