I would never argue this but I would argue that reinterpretation is important to ensure this amendment remains valid in our current age. To ignore the changes in the social system as well as weapons technology is unfortunate at least. At most it's selfish and blind to the problems that our expansive military technology has enhanced.
I would compliment anyone who's willing to discuss or even compromise on their beliefs.
The New York Senate has just approved the new gun bill that bans a wide range of semi-automatic firearms (like most of them), limits all magazines to seven rounds and removes the grandfather clause on “high capacity” magazines. Empire State Senate Republicans said they wouldn’t block the bill. And so they didn’t. The New York Times reports that “the state Senate, controlled by a coalition of Republicans and a handful of Democrats, approved the legislative package around 11 p.m. by a vote of 43 to 18. The Assembly, controlled by Democrats, has been strongly supportive of gun control. It planned to vote on the measure on Tuesday.” After which the bill will head to the Governor to sign. Which he will. Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Massachusetts will no doubt pass similar legislation, despite its unconstitutionality. More news as it breaks . . ."