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Old 09-08-2019, 07:41 AM
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Originally Posted by DrDeth View Post
Miller wasnt even defended
The individual-rights concept not having been invented yet, and there being no significant group yet created to support it. It would have been like a legal argument that the sky is actually green.

Because as has been pointed out, if Miller had been defended, the Court would have ruled the other way
It has been asserted, not "pointed out", and unfortunately not with any historical support.

To clarify, Miller confirmed what had been the common understanding that the Second has no applicability outside militia use. Heller reversed that.