47.3 percent of those convicted for federal gun crimes were black — a racial disparity larger than any other class of federal crimes, including drug crimes. In a 2011 report on mandatory minimum sentencing for gun crimes, the U.S. Sentencing Commission found that blacks were far more likely to be charged and convicted of federal gun crimes that carry mandatory minimum sentences.
You know the evidence is hard when the WaPo begrudgingly admits that Gun Rights advocates might be right on certain issues and that they back people up no matter the color of their skin.
Hat Tip to The Roadgunner.