What The Writers Of The Constitution Meant When They Enshrined Gun Rights Into The Constitution

A single-shot firearm that takes a bit of work to reload. A single shot black powder rifle would make it impossible for someone to walk into a school and kill twenty children, much less mow down fifty people in a movie theatre. The writers of the Constitution wrote the gun rights amendment to apply ONLY to … Continue reading What The Writers Of The Constitution Meant When They Enshrined Gun Rights Into The Constitution