United States v Miller
1939 2nd amendment supreme court case.
United States V Miller summary
The government asked supreme court to review the District Court decision. The supreme court heard no such evidence or arguments. Recognized it had heard only one side of the matter. They argued that machineguns, shotguns with barrel under 18’ in length, short barrel rifles, and firearms silencers had to be registered. But Miller and Layton's shotgun was not registered.