One quick follow-on question: If one of the folks who see Bruen as having granted instant gratification gets themselves arrested for selling or buying an AK, would their legal process speed up the timeline for court review of the issues in Bianchi because it would now be tied to a criminal case ( and 6th Amendment speedy trial protections) rather than just the request for declarative and injunctive relief via the Bianchi case?He was, and that would be the argument. But remember Bruen did not involve a firearms ban so the issue was not clearly presented. Arguably the majority's discussion of common use is dicta. Now, in a good court, SCT dicta is followed, but not in a court determined to reach the same result. Good lawyering is now at a premium. Fortunately, the lawyers in Bianchi are outstanding.