Question of the Day: Objective Measure Edition

If owning many types of military grade weapons can be prohibited, then we can infer the existence of a legal limit on the destructive power available to citizens, beyond which the Second Amendment affords no protection. Current gun laws like the NFA cite arbitrary measures like barrel length and caliber size, but that’s an indirect measure that can create bizarre restrictions on some types of firearms but not others. A better approach would be a logical and explicit description of the threshold between legal and illegal arms . . .

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If owning many types of military grade weapons can be prohibited, then we can infer the existence of a legal limit on the destructive power available to citizens, beyond which…