Heritage is really doing an excellent job of covering the proceedings, without a lot of hysteria. He speaks of potential dangers in the treaty, some of which I share:
Second, most major U.S. arms manufacturers have an international financing, insurance, and parts and componentsÂ chain. The ATT could become a means for foreign countries to pressure U.S. firms to exit the market, reducing the ability of Americans to make effective use of their firearms rights.
Just because the ATT is not a â€œgun grabâ€ treaty does not mean it raises no domestic concerns: â€œGun grabsâ€ are less plausible than â€œdeath by a thousand cuts.â€
Go read the whole thing. Extrano’s alley is pointing out that Graham and McCain are signaling weakness, and might need some encouragement. I suspect they just want to have specifics to base any opposition on, and we do not yet have a draft, but a friendly reminder to the Senators would probably help if you are one of their respective constituents.