There was some big gun news in Virginia last week where Gov. Terry McAuliffe singed what he called an “historic bipartisan gun safety deal.” Good news for Dems, right?

More from the Washington Post on this “historic” deal which restored concealed-carry reciprocity in the state:

“This is a bipartisan deal that will make Virginians safer,” McAuliffe spokesman Brian Coy said. “It also demonstrates that Democrats and Republicans can work together on key issues like keeping guns out of dangerous hands.”

The agreement marks the first break in a logjam over gun rights and gun control marked by heated rhetoric and could bolster McAuliffe’s legacy as he begins the second half of his term.

“Bipartisanship requires give-and-take by both sides,” said Matt Moran, a spokesman for House Speaker William J. Howell (R-Stafford). “This agreement restores reciprocity for law-abiding Virginians while sending a clear signal about domestic violence. There’s a lot to like here.”

But for Everytown and their subsidiary Moms Demand Action, the anti-gun McAuliffe wasn’t anti-gun enough:

Flashback to January when they were still friends with the governor: