Few Americans are more strident about their constitutional rights [1], particularly the Second Amendment guarantee to keep and bear arms, than are hunters and gun enthusiasts:

A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. (Amendment 2, United States Constitution)

As a gun owner and hunter myself, I am very concerned about my “right” to keep and bear arms. However, as the Christian head of my home, I am much more concerned about my God-given responsibility to keep and bear arms for the protection of my family, home, and possessions. Consequently, I am not a Second Amendment advocate. In fact, I believe Americans who tout the Second Amendment as their authority for their right to keep and bear arms may ultimately do more harm than good to their so-called right.

Because this is a “right” codified by the Constitutional Republic, and thereby brought under its jurisdiction, the Constitutional Republic can choose to divest its citizens of this right – something it has been doing incrementally for some time.

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