Charlton Heston wins. I'm conflicted on the whole Second Amendment debate. I don't want to pick and choose which parts of the Constitution I like and which I don't, but I've never seen the need for military style armament. It's a slippery slope on both sides - do we restrict rights or do we have the right to Stinger missles?
My solution has always been that if you want a gun like this, you join the National Guard. You get training, you make yourself available for national defense, and we keep track of who has what. It's not perfect, but feel free to convince me why I'm wrong.
Not that anyone cares, but the gun control issue is one of the biggest reasons I'm not a pure Libertarian.