First of all, I think people should stop equating the constitution with what is right. It's a bad idea to stop thinking for oneself about what is moral and to put such faith into a mere document. Instead of asking "is it constitutional?" we should ask, "is it right?" That said, I'll say that I think, for the most part, the constitution is a great thing. It sets up an awesome government, and I happen to agree with it on this issue. Just thought I'd put that introduction out there anyway because... I am a hunter, and pro-gun rights, but not an extremist. You will find that crime rates are LOWER in cities with looser gun control laws. If the bad guys are willing to break the laws with guns, they're going to be willing to break the laws to get guns. Gun control laws mostly make it harder for worthy citizens to arm themselves. Of course, there need to be regulations. We can't give guns out to everyone. No guns to felons, and a competency test should probably be conducted, including a required level of proficiency with the firearm, and testing the person's knowledge of the gun, since this is important to safety.