Of course it does: The Second Amendment, i.e. the RIGHT of THE PEOPLE to keep and bear arms, SHALL NOT be infringed.<quoted text>
All of the cited case law states only one thing...A right to possess arms, period!
No where in the cited case law or the Constitution itself is there any stipulation/provision for unfettered access/right of ownership of ANY type of firearm.
Is PLAIN ENGLISH a 'second language' for you?
Which law would that be,'that isn't there?'You (and others here) are simply reading FAR too much into the law that just isn't there.
And?You seem to be overlooking the FACT that I am NOT the one insisting that I need a weapon to protect myself...YOU are.
Just because YOU think you have no need, it does not begin to translate to others that they have no need either.
And, WHO ARE YOU to decide for others what THEIR needs are, or shall be?