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I have read that in like , 1932 the supreme Court ruled , you can't have military weapons.
The NRA would argue that it was a bad SC decision in 1932. The NRA is a 2nd amendment purist, which means any and all limits put on owning weapons is violation of the 2nd amendment. If a person, or organization, wants to have any type of weapon, including nuclear weapons and biological weapons, it is protected by the 2nd amendment. If anyone does not like it, then they can go live in some other country that limits the the scope of who can own weapons and the type they can own. In most other countries its an earned privilege, not a right.
The NRA perspective that in the US, a person has the protected right to commit mass shootings, at least as White American males have that right.