Right To Bear Arms
Right to arms refers to:
- Right to keep and bear arms, the concept that people, have an individual right to own and carry weapons.
- In the United States of America this refers to the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, contained in the Bill of Rights.
- The right to bear arms, part of the Law of Arms governing the display of coats of arms
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