It always amazes me that the people who want to modify the Second Amendment are people who:
* Have never served in a fighting war.
* Have never even fired the weapon they want to ban.
* Claim to know what the Founding Fathers thought and have never attempted to find out what they did think. This is so simple to do. There is a book, published in 1787-88, called "The Federalist Papers" written by, wait for it, the people who ratified the Constitution.
I have found that a lot of veterans who lost friends in a firefight are much less likely to want to take rights away from others, even the ones who irritate them.
Here is another thing I like - the people who say they don't lie then proceed to do just that. So be warned about those who say there is no one saying they want to ban all guns. Listen to Dianne Feinstein when she said, "If I could have gotten 51 votes I would have banned them all."