“The suspension of constitutionally enumerated rights constitutes an ‘infringement,’ both of the right to ‘keep and bear arms’ and the right to be ‘trained to arms.’”
I reread the Second and could not find “trained to arms”.
Ironically, I have advocated for years that there should be a training requirement for competency in firearms before being able to buy guns. After all a “well regulated militia” is meaningless if gun owners can’t hit a bull in the ass with a bass fiddle or clean and maintain their arms.
And now the gun folks are getting their panties in a wad over not being able to shoot in a closed range during the COVID-19 crisis.
The logistics in a range with stations less than 6 feet apart, paying fees, opening double doors, wearing goggles after handling anything like mats, targets, etc. are fraught with peril. If you need to learn how to shoot, who is going to show you? From 6 feet away.
Sorry, the irresponsibility of this action by the gun lobby is downright dangerous, selfish, uncaring and perhaps unpatriotic in a time of a national pandemic. If someone can’t wait a month or two to see if they can in fact hit the aforementioned bull with a new found weapon, then perhaps they should think again and stay home.