From the sound of it, at any rate. The Washington event seems to have gone well, with the point made even if others now wish like hell to ignore it. I liked particularly the improvisation of heading over to the governor's mansion in response to the tyrants' play of doing what they supposedly never do: lock the doors to the legislative galleries.
I'm under no delusion that this will either sate the appetites of the disarmament crowd, nor that it will result in any meaningful improvement in the political process. However, the group did what they set out to do, and people saw them do it. And they seemed to do it with class and style, as well.
With any luck, at least a few people will not be able to unsee what they did, either.