Is this a slippery slope? What does this mean for cities like New York where there are very strict gun laws? Will everyone start packing? Will it be a blood bath? When a simple, "fuck you, you fuckin' aye-hole," if someone accidentally bumps into you on the subway would once suffice, will citizens start whipping out their weapons?
See Also Rewriting the Rules at Newsweek:
The Heller ruling was the first major Second Amendment case decided by the high court in almost 70 years and hung on a 5-4 majority. The amendment states that citizens' rights to own guns are necessary to form a "well regulated militia," but the city's lawyers argued that the Constitution's framers probably didn't have D.C.'s high gun-violence rate in mind when they wrote the text. Attorneys for Dick Heller, the federal security officer at the center of the case, who was prohibited from keeping a loaded gun in his house, argued that the text is very clear, and that Heller's rights had been unconstitutionally infringed.