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bigp: People are reading too much into this. When a case goes before the SCOTUS, it is based upon a challenge to a lower court ruling where attorneys argue that legal precedent was not properly followed, or in some manner, against the Constitution. The SCOTUS decides as to whether or not proper court decorum, decisions, etc. meet legal precedent and all is, or is not in order. The SCOTUS merely ruled that proper procedure was followed and the suit could therefore be continued in the lower court. Now it will be up to the judge and/or jury to decide the verdict after a trial is conducted. None of this reflects a SCOTUS affront to the 2nd Amendment. In fact, it really doesn't have anything to do with gun rights as much as it does with manufacturer liability regarding their product. The only way to prevent this from affecting the gun industry should the Sandy Hook plaintiffs prevail would be from all gun manufacturers and distributors to employ release of liabilities affidavits or other disclaimer forms of that nature as their products make their way to the final buyer of such.