Deflecting again.<quoted text>the clock work gun would be considered a repeating riffle in the same sense as a revolver and lever action riffle is a repeating gun.
And yes, the framers envisioned that people would have the arms necessary to provide for their own defense and the common defense of the state. This means arms created and used by potential enemies and people who would do harm to you even if they were not in existence at the time of the founding of the country. To suggest the founders of the country intended you to be centuries behind in technology from other countries is a retarded supposition not backed by anything surrounding the founding of the country or the creation of the constitution and the bill of rights.
You're contorting very hard, drowning in outright falsehoods and whirling like a top to avoid the topic here.
I'm suggesting the most probable thing, that the founders worked with what they currently knew and could possibly project. Technology, let alone mode of communication and retail distribution systems weren't very sophisticated. Obtaining the first production of a hand made weapon from Austria, for example, was an impossibility for those in the colonies.
No less than 99.999% of the arms possessed in the original states were single shot.
That's a fact you can't counter, you've stretched all over the world but you are, in this subject and every, wrong.