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Old January 8, 2017, 12:32 PM   #4
Glenn E. Meyer
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You would have to get more than a Scalia replacmement. Also, no guarantee that a 'conservative' appointment will not think reasonable restrictions are just fine - Scalia and Thomas found that out when they tried to take up some good cases.

As many said, there was a serious flaw and antigun folks, not being stupid, went for it.

It might be better to wait until you are truly sure of the court before getting a negative decision.

This was a debate before Heller - go forth with righteous wrath and get an interpretation that cuts the legs off your position. Heller was 5/4. Think if it flipped the other way.

It might be better to fight at the state level. Of course, the antigun states will harden their positions. Places like CA are screwed.
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