Of course. The second amendment reads: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." First off, bear, means "to carry" . Infringe means "to limit". "Shall not" is self explanatory. If the second amendment were written today it would look something like this: "A well trained Militia( meaning the people), being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and carry Weapons, shall not be limited. " So, if it means the government has NO ABILITY BY THE CONSTITUTION, to make ANY law,(similar to the way the first amendment starts out) then ALL gun laws are in fact unconstitutional, therefore unlawful as stated in Article VI. Furthermore only Congress has the ability to make laws, no agency can make any rules/regulations that carry the weight of law. This violates Article I, section 8, clause 18, which means that the BATFE has NO authority to make rules/regulations concerning the second amendment whatsoever, nor can Congress without repealing the second amendment. Also it should be further noted that repealing ANY of the Bill of Rights would dissolve the union of the United States; as the Bill of Rights were the compromise that enabled the Constitution to be ratified. NOW, having explained the full import of the second amendment, Constitutionally speaking, NO ONE can make ANY law concerning arms(which includes guns and other weapons) at all! Now, Congress needs to set things right, and allow people to purchase, keep, and carry guns however the PEOPLE/PERSON sees fit. Otherwise Congress is violating the law (Constitution) and their oath to protect and preserve the Constitution.