The United States District Court for the District of Columbia has upheld gun ownership restrictions created after the Supreme Court struck down D.C.’s handgun ban back in ’08. “A divided three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals held Tuesday that the District’s ban on assault weapons and magazines containing more than 10 rounds of ammunition are constitutional,” the AP reports. “The court also upheld some, but not all, of the district’s handgun registration requirements, which include fingerprinting, vision tests and background checks.” The Appeals Court sent “novel” requirements (e.g., one-gun-per-month restrictions and a mandatory safety course) back for evidentiary hearings. [Click here for the ruling.] As you might imagine, the Appeals Court seized on the Supreme Court’s ruling that “the right secured by the Second Amendment is not unlimited.” Not in D.C. it ain’t. Not even close. Again. Still.