So, back to the original point of the post...with Putzker sitting int he gov's mansion and the Dems having a veto-proof majority (not that JB would veto any gun legislation that makes it to his desk anyway)...
1) Should we expect every anti-2A bill to pass despite our (and our lobbyists', God love 'em ) best efforts?
2) Will the downstate Dems vote party line (even though many really do not like JB and lean more centrist when it comes to Constitutional matters)?
3) As much as I hate compromise when it comes to 2A, will there be some compromising from both sides to avoid law-suits?
4) Should we just hinge all our bets on SCOTUS finally taking up an anti-2A case and (hopefully) ruling in our favor (if they even take it up)?
Serious answers, please. Everyone has mentioned moving out of state, boating accidents, alternative storage options, selling everything, etc. Is that all we've got, or is it more nuanced than that?
For a serious answer, I refer you to Mauserme:
None of us can predict the future so I'll reflect on the past.
We've faced super-majorities before. We've faced vehemently anti-gun governors before. I'm not trying to trivialize how seriously we need to take the situation, but it's rarely as bad as it looks on first glance.