So following this slippery slope, civilians should have access to tactical weaponry.....right?
While we're at it, let's roll back libel laws also since that is a restriction on speech.
You refuse to read Justice Scalia's opinion that the 2nd A isn't unlimited and can be 'infringed'. The threshold was home defense, it can easily be decided that ARs and AKs are not home defense weapons. Neither Heller or Miller claims they are. For that matter 30 round, 20 round, whatever the number isn't endowed upon us by the Creator, but by secular law.
You will get all the process you can handle if another AWB or mag cap bill is passed.... show me where a future ban or restriction was declared Unconstitutional.
I explained why I was issued 20 round magazines. I was not a civilian when I received them, nor a member of Law Enforcement. If you had raised your right hand and done what I did you would see such 'never been' questions as pointless.
Keep up the idle prattle while refusing to see the issue from any direction but your extreme one.
For years the NRA could have forced the issue but refused to, some say because if the issue was decided the money flow would end. (some say because for all the hot rhetoric many in the NRA know the issue could easily be decided against them and smart lawyers don't push a case they don't think they can win.)
Anyway, Justice Scalia gave the NRA a peek at his hold card. It doesn't look good if further restrictions pass through Congress and the President signs them.
Remember the ONLY thing that saved ARs and AKs last time was a time limit on the bill.
The NRA was smart enough to never take the issue to court. Would have been a glorious victory by the rabid 2nd A folks...