A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed
I have been watching this forum for several months now and have yet to OC however I CC everywhere I go except work as they won't allow it. I plan to OC sometime in the future howeverI need to get a good retention holster for it, as right now I only have a shoulder rig andmy inside the pantshas no retention.
I have learned so much from reading posts on here and admire the knowledge and how well spoken many of the posters here are that it is somewhat intimidating.
I'm deeply concerned with the upcoming supreme court ruling on the 2nd amendment. so I thought I'd post my thoughts.
I guess I don't understand why the US supreme court would have to rule on what our fore fathers meant by this.
I have always considered myself a person, one of the people of this great nation. I was once a member of a well regulated militia, the US Air Force. Although I am no longer a member of that militia I am still a person.
So I guess my question would be since I am no longer a member of a well regulated militia could they rule that I am no longer a person? What then would I be? It scares the hell out of me to think these well educated individuals could somehow rule that a person does not have the right to KABA.