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.
I believe we all know that SCOTUS, in Heller vs DC, confirmed that the 2nd protects the US Citizen's right to keep and bear arms regardless of the prefatory clause. Roberts did a very good job disecting the verbage and even a couple of the desents agreed with his take on the meaning of the 2nd.
Over the next few years there will be more cases coming in front of the courts to decide what is reasonable regulations and then what will move over into infringement of our rights. There are several pending cases that will be more monumental than Heller or McDonald(v Chicago).
With that said, where do you all feel reasonable regulation moves to infringement?
Here just a bit of what I believe
Background checks - With the current background checks being instant I am not so sure this infringes on anyone's right but with costs continuing to rise it is just a matter of time. The costs for a background check must remain minimal and since tax dollars put the infrastructure in to begin with this should just about be a free service. We paid for it up front and we continue to pay through tax dollars, why should we also pay a fee?
Carry licenses - GA is a shall issue state meaning unless there is a disqualifier you will get your license but some states are may issue meaning it is up to an individual whether or not you get a license, most places the She#### decides. Our fees went to $75 this year. That is an infringement. Some people just can't afford a license. Should the poor be deprived of a right?
Required training - Luckily in GA we don't have a requirement for training. Many are advocates for such training but it gets exepensive fast. GA does not have licensees accidently shooting others which is what training is suppose to prevent. I really do believe it is a lost cause and at the cost is an infringement
Off limit places / Gun Free Zones - This is my biggest issue for me personally. To remain law abiding, when I go to the United States Post Office I must remove my weapon from my person and my vehicle. For someone who carries daily and ships stuff regularly this is a huge inconvience. Plus, it doesn't stop the non-law abiding citizen. K-12 schools were somewhat relaxed this year but college campuses are still a no-no. As history has shown, those willing to wreak havoc can do so unimpeded. 15 states somewhat allow college campus carry and Utah allows it 100%. We don't hear about students killing students, etc, etc.