Gun rights activists protested along the lines of state capitols from Delaware to Wyoming, claiming to exercise their right to bear arms among all else. Contrary to the belief of gun control, the protesters believe that it would be unconstitutional and out of order to remove the power to bear arms immediately.
It is a critical point that they always specify that there “can’t be a house if you keep taking away the bricks.” Most of these protesters came out peacefully and without much harm, aside from having to bring in their assault rifles into the rally.
The thing about the second amendment is that it is often misconstrued into some grandeur. But, for most scholars, it is reported to be harmful and a detriment to the overall cause of protection among groups of people as the second amendment.
The right to bear arms is critically analyzed to pertain to the militia and other protective bodies of the state. There is still space for activist’s vision which follows protection from one’s self as all else, and that is a principle that technical constitution would abide for.
The protesters came around with unloaded guns, marching to signify that they are promoting safety and lack of harm among the use of the machines. Most of the people wore shirts of a kind.
While most people outside of the group did not intend to interact with the protests altogether, it may be a deterrent to the apparent law-abiding citizen. But, most of the action is still yet to see any probable compliance from the government itself.