It's true that the SCOTUS doesn't review all laws. But they do review all laws that are constitutionally questionable. So if existing gun laws stand, it's because they are constitutional.<quoted text>
Not all laws are put through a SCOTUS review you idiot. Miller was passed which was in BLATANT opposition to the 2nd-Amendment. It claimed that short-barrelled shotguns had no militia purpose and thus could be regulated by the fed govt. When in fact, short-barreled shotgun did has a militia purpose. They were used in WWI and called "trench guns". The GCA's of 1968 and 1986, the AWB....none for these were brought before the SCOTUS for approval. Heller was the first case in DECADES to be brought before the court.
And I have addressed your question. I said the Scalia was WRONG in his OPINION. As a law-abiding citizen, in complying with Scalia, as long as I don't carry my gun into a govt building or other "sensitive" locations such as a school, I should be good to go, right?
Thanks for FINALLY clarifying that your position is that everyone has the unlimited right to keep and carry any weapon whatsoever in any manner whatsoever and for whatever purpose.
Thanks for admitting that you're an extremist whose opinion on guns is completely outside the mainstream of both American public opinion and constitutional interpretation.