For those so 2nd ammendment rights oriented, perhaps we should go back to the original document? Lose all the changes over the years and just follow what so many are debating! DId our founding fathers really want it changed? And if so, what changes would they have approved? If changes to the document were their intent, perhaps gun restrictions would be something they would have favored? Of course, that's up for opinion and interpretation. Similar to the current debate. Up to opinion and interpretation. It's easy for either side to interpret the document that best favors their views. What are your thoughts? Be nice!
No it's not hunting. It was for an armed militia to check slaves for ammo and arms. To keep the slaves from uprising mostly in the south.. Again, it's open to interpretation.
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