Saturday, February 14, 2015

Was The Second Amendment Intended For Muskets?

So asks Steven Crowder, in this Louder With Crowder video.  As he points out, there's a rather common misconception that when the Second Amendment was written, the only firearms familiar to the Founding Fathers were of the single-shot variety.  This amendment, so this idea goes, was thus intended only for such weapons.  But as Crowder shows us, before our Constitution was written, gun technology had already advanced beyond the single-shot musket.

Click here to watch the video on YouTube.

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