Pretty clear that the Fed's have NO RIGHT to limit IN ANY WAY the keeping of arms by Citizens. That, to me, sounds like no Federal Law, short of a Constitutional Amendment, should have any Effect on what Citizens can own, keep, buy, sell, or own.
Infringement means "interfere with", as far as I understand Plain Language....
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1. Encroach on somebody’s rights or property: to take over land, rights, privileges, or activities that belong to somebody else, especially in a minor or gradual way
Synonyms: encroach on, intrude on, interfere with, impinge on, trespass, invade, overstep
Are you trying to use the law and logic? It won’t work in the 21st century, simply because it is not supported by Congress.
The Constitution also states eligibility rules for POTUS but those were conveniently ignored.
Do you now know the reason that we are in such a mess? Ignore the Constitution and you might as well not have a viable society.
“Pretty clear that the Fed’s have NO RIGHT to limit IN ANY WAY the keeping of arms by Citizens.”
If one needs question the intent of the founders, I can find no evidence that they even wanted to forbid private ownership of artillery
NO! It is a God given right that no "amendment" can take away.