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Old 08-29-2019, 03:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Czarcasm View Post
I can't seem to recall any time in U.S. history where a civilian was brought up on charges for not keeping firearms "in good working order". Seems like a strange thing to stick in the Constitution.
The idea of charging a civilian with not keeping his firearms "well regulated" isn't in the Constitution. "Arms" and "militia" are different words, referring to different things.

Maybe the Founding Fathers could explain that clearly enough, but I doubt it.