As an advocate for Americans’ Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms, I’ve got no problem with Call of Duty or other combat-oriented videogames. Anything that encourages Americans to safely and responsibly exercise their 2A-protected rights is a good thing, not a bad thing. We can argue over whether or not violent videogames in general—or specific games in specific (e.g., Grand Theft Auto)—accomplish that goal. But then, the First Amendment. Even though proponents of civilian disarmament will see the timing of the release of COD’s new machine gun as an affront to the memory of the victims of the Sandy Hook slaughter, it isn’t. ‘Nuff said?