Whatever you might think of the Supreme Court striking down Chicago's handgun ban, it's hard to argue that you don't have a right to defend yourself in your own home
If you agree, but think that government can forbid you from defending yourself with a handgun, then you have to say what weapon you can have. Sounds simple enough, but let's try it as an exercise:
Landmines (or improvised explosive devices). Okay, a little extreme, but it meets the objections of anti-gun activists. Landmines are not portable. You can't carry concealed landmines and they're unlikely to be stolen and fall into the hands of criminals. Unless they know the landmines are there and how to dig them up without blowing themselves up.
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