The civilian disarmament industry keeps talking about how an “assault weapons” ban, ammunition capacity limits and universal gun registration leaves hunters’ rights intact. As if the Constitutionally-protected right to keep and bear arms is use-specific. Which it isn’t. Of course, the gun control folk know nothing of hunting, as witnessed by the oft-repeated remark that any hunter who needs more than three bullets isn’t much of a hunter (ignoring hog hunting and the modern sporting rifle’s other advantages in the field). Brits will recognize the U.S. gun grabbers’ “we’re not anti-hunting” arguments—even as they fight a rear-guard action to preserve their few remaining gun rights and the antis launch drones. In short, we’re all in this together.