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  1. "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." The men who write the Constitution and first ten amendments were very good with words. Had they wished to exclude or include particular reasons, they could have easily done so. "The security of a free state" has multiple defendable meanings. 1. Vs outside attackers 2. Individual states vs the new federal government 3. The free state of individuals vs the government. Regardless of why the right to keep and bear isn't to be infringed, It can't be
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    Motorcycle Threads

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  3. I know EXACTLY how the system works. I also know, no lawyer has brought the case to the Supreme court where the local militia is being harassed about its nukes, drones, jet fighters, tanks, machine guns, snd even chemical weapons Number two is not about hunting and self defense. Number two is about standing ready to reel in, by force if necessary, a government that is out of control.
  4. Infringed. Look it up. There is no such thing as a constitutional Law pertaining to arms possesion
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    Finn sailing

    That would get Columbus bragging rights at the Finn sailor's bar