The problem with the restrictions discussion is that those who promote restrictions come from a starting point that does not acknowledge the RKBA in any useful form.
Do they support concealed carry? No.
Do they see armed self-defense as legit? No.
Do they think that there is a need to defend against tyranny? No.
They might say you could own a ducky-wucky shotgun or bolt action gun - that has been proposed as the RKBA before.
It is misguided to believe that restrictions are a legit compromise position that starts from strong RKBA basics. They do not.
Last edited by Glenn E. Meyer; November 23, 2012 at 01:59 PM.