Regardless of the final outcome the case, it is historic nonetheless. The case has survived all this time during which the entire body of modern 2A law was developed. It's remarkable in its own right. And let's not forget that it was Don who argued successfully and helped incorporated the 2A right through the due process clause of the 14 Amendment in Nordyke v. King
, 563 F. 3d 439 - Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit 2009. This gave rise to many of the CGF cases which are still ongoing. The path forged was the same that was followed succesfully in McDonald.
I think it can be said that only two lawyers in American history can say that they have done that.
My hat is off to you Don.