No. You have no such thing.
First you need 2/3 of both houses of congress to call for a repeal.
Or, you would need 2/3 of the state legislatures to call for a repeal.
After clearing the former hurdle, you will need to then send that repeal bill to each of the state legislatures respectively.
In each of those states, you are mostly likely to again be faced with a 2/3 hurdle to pass.
In the latter case, each of those 2/3 state legislatures have a similar high hurdle to pass to even call for a repeal within their own individual legislatures.
After you clear either of the two ways to call for repeal, you then have to clear the biggie vote getting.
Those votes would have to be 3/4 of the states respectivbely.
You do not have that many votes sir. You need 38 states AFTER clearing all the previous hurdles. You do not have them. The number of armed households alone, counter your claim sir.
You are kidding yourself, or have no idea of how many votes it really takes. Now you know. Now you also know, you do not have them.
2/3rds of both houses of the Congress, and THEN 3/4ths of the states in order to RATIFY.
Jeez, and here I am a simple Brit informing you ...
My bill is in the snail mail ...