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Old January 20, 2013, 08:59 PM   #7
raimius
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So, basically, using Miller might be a lackluster argument because the Heller decision turned the interpretation of arms protected by the 2nd from militarily useful (in a not quite logical way) to "in common use?"

Either way, I think an argument can be made. It just seemed, to my non-attorney brain, that the Miller wording could make a pretty compelling argument.
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