Originally Posted by jnojr
There is no "Second Amendment right to bear arms for hunting" and it's pretty scary that any such language might ever be in any way associated with a higher court ruling.
Apart from suggesting that taking part in a militia is one of a number of reasons why the right to keep and bear arms is a right, I don't remember the 2nd laying down any reasons that are valid, and none that are invalid.
Isn't the right to bear arms for hunting just as much a right as the right to bear arms for self defense, or even for plinking?
John -- bitter gun owner.
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I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice.