Unfortunately we cannot rely upon the Supreme Court of the United States to provide the broad interpretation of this text from The Bill of Rights, "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.'It is my personal property. It is my right to chose if I own one, carry one, and or use one in self defence. this will only LIMIT government intrusion on my RIGHTS. the 2d amendment was good enough for the United States, why would it not be good enough for an individual sovereign State?
There are those that argue this right does not extend to individuals for any purpose, hence the presentation of this amndment to The Constitution of the State of Kansas. The verbage removes any ambiguity about an individual's right to arms for lawful purposes, most notably defense.