“All these laws point to a single conclusion: There is no right in any state for groups of individuals to arm themselves and organize either to oppose or augment the government,” McCord wrote. “Now, more than ever, state and local officials must enforce these statutes.”
The “well-ordered militias” referred to in the Second Amendment are public and legitimate disciplined paramilitary formations authorized and organized by state governments to enforce public order, combat local insurrections, repel Indian uprisings and crush slave revolts. Although the Scalia Supreme Court chose to interpret this as the right of private citizens to own firearms, it did not permit or sanction private armed groups to train privately or deploy publicly. You will recall that when the Black Panthers tried this in the 1960s they were immediately crushed.
Yeah, I know; “…but that’s different…”