Guns are regulated. I don’t see how you can draw any other conclusion. The real question is what the limit to that regulation is.
The lefties are going to say that the only thing you have a right to is a musket, and that they can even prevent you from taking that in prohibited areas, as well as track them.
The right to bear arms is not going to be defined by the Constitution. It will need to be upheld in the legislature.
The Militia was to be regulated. Not the arms themselves.
“The right to bear arms is not going to be defined by the Constitution. It will need to be upheld in the legislature.”
Legislatures don’t seem to matter all that much any more.
Example: executive orders that circumvent enacted law and go unchallenged.
Example: unrestrained, rampant rule-making by regulatory agencies that also go unchallenged
Example: the outright refusal of the executive branch to uphold enacted laws which — you guessed it — goes unchallenged by the legislature that passed them.
We are gradually moving from “the rule of law”, to the tyranny of the regulators and rule by dictat .