Folks, we're talking about the Constitution of the United States, the overturning of the IL law is incidental compared to the legal principles that are set out in this opinion.
This redifines the meaning of "to bear" in exactly the way that the Brady Campaign, LCAV and anti-gunners argued against. But a great quote from Posner in orals:
What does it mean to bear arms if there's no right to carry arms in a public place?
You don't bear arms in your house, you don't march around with a gun over your shoulder right?