Remember back in 1970 when the anti-gunners hated handguns so bad they claimed the Miller Decision ONLY protected military style rifles?
“3. The Second Amendment protects only the ownership of military-type weapons appropriate for use in an organized militia.”
The 1970 claim was handguns and sawed off shotguns were not protected.
Miller was back in the 30s, right? I remember the decision being embarrassing for overlooking the fact that shotguns were used in WWI. Not that the 2nd amendment is restricted to weapons generally issued by the army and kept under lock and key down at your local national guard headquarters, or whatever the argument is. It’s just that, per usual, they were wrong according to their own rules.
Not that judges have shame.