. I don't know much about how the courts work but I am seeing that we are getting a few positive 2nd Amendment decisions from District courts. It could then get appealed to the Appeals courts, if I'm correct, then if all of the Appeals courts agree then it most likely won't go to SCOTUS, but if there is disagreement in the courts then it has a better chance of making it to SCOTUS. If I'm correct if all of the Appeals courts agree that the 2nd Amendment pertains to outside and inside of the home and no one appeals then that's as far as it goes and it is the law of the land. However, if they appeal it to the Supreme Court then that could come up with final decision. Even though a bunch of positive 2nd Amendment decisions from the Appeals courts is good, isn't it better to get a positive decision from SCOTUS as that would be harder to overturn? .