Pro 2nd arguing against RKBA
I was wondering this just came to me. For a living I work in training/teaching etc.... In any educational training that I've done, I've always been told that you don't really know something until you have taught it. I know this sounds weird but has anybody ever tried and changed hats, lets say a college paper or even a highschool paper, and tried to argue against the 2nd amendment just to see if you could turn a irrational argument into a "Hypothetical" as close to a rational argument as your could?
I guess what I'm saying something along the same lines as keep your friends close but keep your enemies closer. Keep your pro secomend knowledge close, but keep your anti second amendment knowledge even closer. Therefore be able to argue their side only to make your side stronger. I probably coming across poorly on this cause is so hard to even fathom.
It was a good idea and it made sense 10 minutes ago but now it dosn't right now. I'll come back and see if it comes back to me.