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That is interesting, but only the 2nd calls out a protection regarding the State. If the State wishes to forgo that protection, is there anything that says they can't do it?

I have the right to keep and bear arms in Arizona, but I'm not required to do it. I can (and do) opt-out. So can New York, or they could favor their national guard as their militia (which they likely do).

The 2nd was never about personal defense. It was always about State militias.
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