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How We Got to Today’s Second Amendment. Part 5.

America’s Guns

“Flintlock pistol, mechanism detail” by Crashworks is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

The U.S. Constitution allows the Federal government to raise armies and navies, and to call on State militias for help, but does not address gun ownership by individuals. That was assumed; everybody had a gun. They were necessary tools on the frontier.

Guns in the 1780s

Society and Culture

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Charlie Kufs

Charlie Kufs

I’ve analyzed data for over 40 years, written a book and over 350 blogs, been a trainer/public speaker, and was a PG and SSGB. Now retired, I worship cats.

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