Finally a modicum of common sense.
Although, some a$$hole is probably working on overturning that decision.
It is unfortunate that this is even a question.
18 year olds, as adults, are supposed to have an uninfringed Right to keep and bear arms.
He we are arguing about how much infringement they should have, on a scale of some to nearly complete
They never rest.
One of the aspects of these types of regulations is the hypocrisy of them. If 18–20-year-olds are adults, then they have ALL the rights and responsibilities of all other adults. If they are not adults, then they should have NONE of the rights or responsibilities; no voting, no entering into binding contracts, no military service, etc. I’m not arguing for or against either position, just for some integrity and consistency.
Yeah, one of the clearest passages in the Constitution, and the Supreme Court still doesn’t seem to be able to interpret it in its simplicity.