Wow, that's quite a read.
I don't know if I'm just biased, but I can't understand how Judge Myerscough could have ruled as she did.
SCOTUS has identified and clarified that 2nd Amendment Rights exist - in Heller and MacDonald. The state cannot have an interest in the wholesale prohibition of a constitutional right.
Illinois has been given three clear examples that broad outright bans are unconstitutional first in Heller, then MacDonald and then Ezell.
Then along comes Sue Mysercough who utilized the most convulted and self-contradictory logic possible to approve a virtually identical ban codified in state law.