Yes, but the important thing to the type of people who make these lists is that someone with a gun was victimized.
The fact that the weapons went from being owned by law-adiding citizens to being owned by violent criminals who are orders of magnitude more likely to kill someone, is completely irrelevant to them. The people who make these lists are more than happy to be accomplices to the robberies and murders their actions have facilitated. That just raises up anger against normal gun owners all the more, which again justifies making responsible people targets of crime.
Look, I think the NRA badly oversteps it mandate by fighting absolutely any form of regulation, when it should go back to concentrating on responsible gun ownership, but crime and violence are not so simple to stamp out.
The fact is that compliant gun owners are a much more conveniant target than criminals. If you can't solve the issue you can at least take your pound of flesh.