you have to look at how the lawyers will twist this.
They will use “enrolled” to show it is a collective right or a duty like jury duty.
This quote is all about how the militia will be organized.
Lawyers twist any ambiguity.
Please see my post 12. Not much ambiguity there.
Easily rebutted. The Act in question required citizens to so arm themselves BEFORE enrolling. It also punished citizens for not arming themselves to a minimum standard outside active/imminent service; absolutely nothing hinted at punishment for simply being armed, even with high-end military arms.
Modern equivalent of what our Founding Fathers actually enacted would be: every 16-year-old boy would be legally obligated to buy an M16 (plus case of ammo, 10 magazines, MOLLE pack, flak vest, and helmet), _then_ register with Selective Service System ... and, as is now, the chance of being called up for active service rather slim. (Coupled with this: the government would be obligated to provide periodic training for all enrollees in each county.)