The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit decision Monday in Teixeira v. County of Alameda vindicates the Second Amendment rights of gun stores and provides a good model of the Second Amendment doctrines that have been developed by the federal Circuit Courts of Appeals. Eugene Volokh’s post has summarized the decision, so I will delve into the doctrinal details.
And this, from down in the piece, is the part that'll really cause them heartburn:
The historical analysis showed that commerce in firearms was universally understood to be part of the right to arms.
That is a BIG whack at some of their 'arguments'.
Ah, their tears are sweet, are they not?