take the no fly list. it's common sense that people on the no fly list shouldn't be able to have a gun. if you aren't safe enough to fly on a plane you aren't safe enough to have a gun. but the individual rights theory says you have to show, i believe, probable cause that they committed a crime or that they are dangerous. why isn't a 'reasonable suspicion' standard enough?
the problem with apply an individual rights theory of the second amendment
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