I have always wanted to install James Bond style weapons on my automobile, but for some reason I always thought they would be illegal. Now I wonder. If the Second Amendment really does allow us to keep and bear arms of any kind, including assault weapons of any magnitude or capacity, how does that God-given right not extend to my vehicle? Why can I not mount a Vulcan 20mm cannon like they have on F16s on the roof of my vehicle. If I “feel threatened” and feel I must “stand my ground,” why should I risk being outgunned by some gang bangin’ drug cartel member? That’s what I wanna know. Why am I not entitled to bear arms that would obliterate any other vehicle on the road in less than a second? I would think that the right to bear arms would include the right to bear effective arms. None of this bringing Skittles and iced tea to a gun fight stuff. Come prepared. Which means always come prepared.
See, there's a couple of very important concepts here:
1) That, in taking up and bearing arms, you, in that instant, become a well-regulated militia in the eyes of God and therefore can do no wrong.
2) That the God-given right to bear arms automatically confers the right to bear effective arms, meaning that if those who might cause you to feel threatened possess tank-killer Gatling guns, you, too, are entitled to possess tank-killer weapons of one kind or another.
Cool! I can legally build and weaponize my own drone!