What would a narrow, pro-individual right finding in Heller mean?
A question raised by a comment a few days back, too busy just now to find it. Suppose, as I'd expect, the Supremes come down, perhaps narrowly, for an individual right, that there are some limits, but here we only need rule that a total federal ban on handguns is not a permissible limitation.
What does the near-term future world look like, in terms of (1) future litigation and (2) politics and (3) gun control promoting organizations? On the last, would it be a great blow to morale, or just confirm their modern tactics of asking for rather small things (instead of national registration and permit systems, take that bayonet lug off that nasty-looking gun!) I have little idea.