Since9, your pipe dream about our inept national legislators being able to put together a legislation firearm initiative(s) ‘with the right language,’ let alone pass it through both legislative bodies, get the signature of the President is astonishing. Our legislative bodies are still arguing over Hillary & Donald’s past escapades and yet again, cannot even initiate financial initiative(s) to run the federal government, darn since9, one inbound representative by their own ‘woe is me’ self admission cannot finance her own living quarters in DC, you want them to facilitate firearm initiatives using the ‘right language’?I have no desire for the feds to give anyone any sort of permission to carry. My goal is for the feds to tell the states to stop un-Constitutionally requiring permission to carry. With the right language, a national reciprocity bill wouldn't replace state carry laws. It would nullify them.
Ideally, however, the U.S. Supreme Court would get off their butts and start enforcing the Constitution as it was written, namely, by clearly stating state carry permits, magazine capacities, and similar "restrictions" are precisely the infringements which our Constitution through our Second Amendment expressly prohibits.
Yet you wish these same national legislative body to initiate a federal mandate which would nullify ALL State’s sovereign right of self goverance, humm shades of rule our early country endured under the King’s rule!
Could kinda make good folk wonder whatcha smoking in your pipe since9?
As for an ideal situation...the USSC is just following the same inept mentality as the other two branches.