To say Heller wasn’t a victory because it didn’t end the war against guns, is like saying Midway wasn’t a victory because the Japanese still had a navy. Heller was a legal turning point. The gun grabbers and no longer dismiss the 2A as an irrelevant anachronism, or only applying to state milita. Just because there are still battles ahead doesn’t make it any less a huge victory.
Even if it's completely ignored without repercussions?