Fantastic solutions ain't solutions! We have a bill of rights and a set of laws. Some of those laws infringe on the stated right. Some challenges to those laws that infringe may make their way through the court system and be heard by the supreme court. For much of it;s history, the supreme court pretty much allowed those infringements as "states rights", stating that the bill of rights only restricted the federal government. Then, more recently, the 14th was used to control the states' restrictions/infringements on/of the 2nd. Currently, there is a flurry of restrictive state laws banning auto loading rifles that bear a resemblance to military assault weapons. One idiot judge upheld a restrictive/infringing law by calling an ar15 a weapon of war. I expect that the supreme court is waiting for what they would consider a well phrased challenge to one of these reactionary laws. It seems that during an election year, many politicians will take a poll, and then follow the whim of the mob in hopes of getting re-elected and willy nilly write laws that are in direct violation of our rights. ............................................. old joke A french revolutionary is sitting at an outdoor cafe with his assistant when a loud and seemingly angry mob goes by. Turning to his aid, the revolutionary said: "Quick, find out where they are going so that I may lead them".