Gov. Andrew Cuomo insisted on Monday morning the so-called no-fly list could be “fixed” in order to adequately restrict those suspect of terrorism from obtaining guns.

“There is no perfect list,” Cuomo said on CNN’s New Day this morning. “We now have lists that we can check before a person can buy a gun. I am sure there are mistakes on those lists. That doesn’t mean you let everybody buy a gun because there was a mistake on a list.”

Cuomo, along with U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer, called on the federal government on Sunday to provide New York with the names of those on the watch list in order to block gun purchases of suspected terrorists.

The push comes after Congress declined to approve a bill that would ban gun sales to those on the no-fly list. Republicans have questioned whether the list is effective, given that it has included people in error.

At the same time, Second Amendment advocates have pointed to due process concerns in denying firearms to those who haven’t been convicted.

Still, Cuomo said a round of TV interviews on both CNN and MSNBC’s Morning Joe that was beside the point.

“Have a process to fix the mistake,” Cuomo said on MSNBC. “I can’t believe that Washington doesn’t take action on this. This is too serious. People get it, Americans get it.”

State lawmakers have introduced legislation in recent days aimed at barring those on the watch list from obtaining guns. One measure, backed by Independent Democratic Conference Leader Jeff Klein in the state Senate would include a confiscation of guns owned by those who appear on the list.

Cuomo’s appearance on the morning news shows comes on the three-year anniversary of the elementary school shooting on Connecticut, an event that prompted the passage of the SAFE Act a month later in New York.

Cuomo in recent months has moved to push Democrats and Republicans nationally on gun control, pledging to make it an issue in the upcoming elections next year.

Heightened concerns over terrorism following recent attacks should be a consideration in crafting new gun control policy, Cuomo said.

“It’s not 6,000 miles away anymore,” Cuomo said. “It’s in San Bernardino. It’s in Paris.”