Yeah, I saw that too. There aren't any insurance companies that are willing to insure a person against judgements stemming from a clean self defense shooting. That effectively bans the firearm, and it's still a violation of the 2nd ammendment. I would definitely call it infringement, and if we are using the "You know it when you see it" thing, it doesn't pass the sniff test. Now, that said, I do there ought to be a safety course requirement, easily taken at any NRA sponsored gun club. Take the course once, and you're good for life to buy whatever you feel the need for. I am a big fan of firearms, but I do think it would help with basic, "How does this bolt-release work?" accidents. When most people privately sell a firearm used, the owner's manual isn't there. The novice is usually where such accidents take place. The course should show the folks how the most common designs of weapons work, and what types of ammunition are NOT suitable for home-defense, due to wall penetration. Frangible ammo is a really good thing, yet it is banned in some areas, simply because the people who ban guns and ammo have never fired a BB gun, nevermind a home-defense weapon.