With respect to Due Process I was thinking, but not clearly explaining, that it seems that the burden of proving innocence falls on the individual denied. That is, people that get denied have to follow an appeals process to obtain, or regain, their Second Amendment rights. It seems to be an inequity in the system.
Then again I may be wrong.
I would prefer that when people are denied by NICS, that the burden should be on NICS to inform the individual in writing why they were denied.
I haven't been denied, so haven't gone through an NICS appeals process, but it seems to be somewhat an onerous task for someone to undergo whose denial was without merit.
Maybe I'm just whistling in the wind.