Hello, I'm doing a course of sorts and I am currently working on my final essay. Being in Sweden the second amendment isn't exactly home ground, and while writing this I've had a few questions popping up that I couldn't handle with Google. Before the NFA of 1934, what restrictions were there on private ownership of artillery pieces? Basically, what could the military have that the people could not? Please don't tell me to look it up in my course literature, there is none, although I'm about to write a summary of "More Guns Less Crime". Any input on the brawly aftermath of that book is appreciated. The fact that Buchanan and Friedman both backed up the book should be a good thing. Thank you.