Thanks for understanding it may be a little different in the US and elsewhere.
AFAIK, the Constitution in most Latin American countries does not touch the subject of weapons, in the same way it does not detail say in vitro fertilization regulations. It has overall patterns, AFAIK, that can be applied.
Moreover, we have been at war either with ourselves or someone else since…before becoming nations. Have I told you about our generala who sank a whole US fleet? Clever woman she was. Last time we defeated the US fighting more or less with the same weapons. Then we were caught in debt and to this day, 60% or more of GDP goes to pay the colonial tax, eh external debt. No need for guns no more.
I come from a line of pacifists. My grandpa, who was a famous skilled hunter, took his rifle and hunting dogs, along with my uncle’s and all male family to the mountains, to avoid fighting in our first civil war. No sense dying for someone else, was his motto. We have tried to follow it.
One of my definite experiences with gun was watching a supreme judge kill a young student who questioned his ethics, which truth be told, were non existent. He never saw a day in jail.He had the patience to leave the country club everyone was at, go home, take and load the gun, come back, pull the trigger. Defense argued being drunk.
And taking about drunk, one of my classmates was killed by a drugged up gringo, who was shooting wildly from his rooftop. We cannot process US citizens, he walked free.
So I do not believe in justice whether by law or guns. There is resolution, but the results vary. My experience is no different from the angry favelas dwellers in Venezuela. Maybe the difference is all they have is anger and an AR15, while I had a dream to study Chinese.