Elana Kagan's sole footprint on the Second Amendent
Actually, more like a toeprint, and a light one at that. Back in 1987, when the individual rights view consisted of oh, Steve Halbrook, Joyce Malcolm, Don Kates, Bob Dowlut and myself, publishing in sundry reviews with no court taking note, a fellow named Sandidge got convicted under DC's ban and appealed. The question was whether the Court should take the case. Her memo to Justice Marshall gives that all of three words: "I'm not sympathetic."
Hard to tell even if the guy's petition emphasized that (while he was busted for an unregistered gun) the law forbade registration.