Yes. As already ruled for other amendments like First Amendment applying to modern forms of communication, I believe it's time for SCOTUS to rule on modern types of arms (And recent cases already called magazines "arms" deserving 2A protection). When CA failed to justify how they arrived at 10 round limit, Judge Benitez ruled CA's approach arbitrary and eloquently called the time between magazine change "lethal pause" where a mother or grandmother defending their and family lives could face death because they were limited by magazine capacity. This will tug at the "hearts and minds" of We the People, not simply demanding that antis keep their dirty hands off our toys. To me, as our founders foresaw, we now have another test of separation of powers where the judicial branch is to balance out the writing and passing of unconstitutional laws by legislative and executive branches. This separation of powers have worked before and will work again, as destined by our founders. In the meantime, we must remain civil and diligently support those foundations mounting legal challenges to bring these cases to the Supreme Court.