Proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution
Section 1. The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed upon arbitrarily.
Section 2. The right of the people to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness shall supersede the right to bear arms. The rights enumerated in the First Amendment shall also supersede the right to bear arms.
Section 3. The right to bear arms shall be integrated into the needs of Congress and the states to provide for the physical safety of communities and individual citizens.
Section 4. States shall be empowered to regulate import and export of firearms superseding Congress' prerogative to regulate interstate commerce.
Section 5. Restrictions on the ownership and use of firearms that are arbitrary or can be shown to provide marginal benefit shall be invalid.
Section 6. There is no right to armed insurrection or right to assassinate government officials in the Constitution.
Section 7. This amendment supersedes the Second Amendment.