While I disagree with the author's disagreement in Heller... The U.S. Supreme Court ruled seven years ago in District of Columbia vs. Heller that the 2nd Amendment "conferred an individual right to keep and bear arms," but it also said that right was "not unlimited." ... And interestingly, the court rejected the requirement that a gun be presented when it is registered because doing so could risk public safety — an idea that may come into play in an unrelated case before the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which hinges on whether the 2nd Amendment confers a right to carry a weapon in public. Where are the boundaries on owning guns? Lots of gun nuts gloss over the above references to what is contained within Heller Is there a 2nd Amendment right to carry in public and why do some people still think the right to keep and bear arms in the 2nd is unlimited?