So much fail here.So many lines to draw.
Many people, arms, and locations are prohibited by Federal, State, or Local governments. What constitutes infringement?
People: convicted criminals, VA permits in MD, etc.
Arms: military weapons, scary-looking/sounding firearms, etc.
Locations: government facilities, rapidly growing list of public places, etc.
So, perhaps well regulated from some perspectives and poorly regulated from others. Important cases like this one help test the system and establish precedents, but at considerable cost to individuals directly involved and enduring the litigious process. Surely there is a better way...
But on its face...most 2A laws are unconstitutional....hence...where is the line drawn. I'm pretty darn sure that Marine knew he was not in compliance with MD law and I sure am not going to chit on him for his choice.Except all but an idiot know carry laws are not orphaned or no longer enforced. This isn’t a law about not carrying an ice cream cone on the streets on a Sunday without a head covering.
The law needs to change. But SCOTUS just ruled that carry permits are presumed constitutional. They haven’t had a test case on reciprocity. But for now, the law of the land is that you need to follow the carry laws if the state you stand in until ACOTUS says otherwise. Which they have not yet.