The Amendment says nothing of a well trained militia.<quoted text>The 2nd amendment says that given the need for a well-trained militia, the right to keep arms shall not be infringed.
But now that we have a well-trained militia, why can't the right to bear arms be infringed?
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
Of course, you haven't stated your belief of who is the Militia. Therefore advising the militia point has yet to be resolved.
You can infringe the Right. You can hope that enough support go add another Amendment that nullifies the 2nd.
Otherwise, infringement of a individuals Right can be don't by due process. That is my opinion, and not commonly agreed upon by many. I argue that any Right you use to violate anothers Right should be removed.
As for the common population of Citizens, I have yet seen a compelling argument to disarm them. Do you have a compelling argument?