The Founding Fathers Didn’t Mean Ineffective Battle Weapons for Second Amendment Right to Bear Arms Reality


How to handle the bump-stock situation, turning semi-automatic into automatic weapons, is a big dilemma for the citizens of the United States because the Founding Fathers intended the 2nd Amendment for citizens to defend themselves against all enemies whom could be heavily armed. Machine guns (automatic) were made illegal in 1986, so that the bump-stock creates essentially a machine gun is a strong argument to ban the bump-stock, unless the original argument would hold, that to effectively defend can require a bump-stocked semi-automatic (machine gun).