Originally Posted by InChiefsHell
I guess I wasn't thinking. It is a right, but it is regulated and that right can be taken away for certain things as I mentioned. In that way, it's not some un-adulterated "right". But I agree with you, it is outlined in the Constitution as the right to keep and bear arms.
All rights are limited if there's a compelling reason. Shouting fire in the theater, laws against human sacrifice as a religious practice, etc. The 2nd amendment is no different. There are no un-adulterated rights, to use your term.
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