And those of us who do believe those structures which restrict the 2nd Amendment and are unconstitutional should and must be stricken.I'd suggest that the right to bear arms is restricted in all sorts of perfectly practical ways in the US, all of which could be easily argued as being unconstitutional.
It exists. Is your position that no one actually has any rights whatsoever?
Do the principal you're arguing on even really exist any more?
No, that would be accepting a special tax on ammunition is a legitimate power of government.Would you maybe have a stronger argument if you made practical arguments against taxation on ammunition?
The purpose of the Constitution is to establish powers of the government and limit them to those established powers as well as a means to enumerate rights of citizens that are not to be enfringed upon by the government.I'm just saying that the scope of this kind of debate could be a little wider.
The right to bear arms is a co-equal right to the others (those that are Enumerated) and indeed is the one that will protect the others.
The OP is about constitutionality of a tax on ammo. That is the purpose of this thread.