(1) self or family against a reasonably perceived threat of imminent and unlawful infliction of serious bodily injury;
This part bothers me. Reasonable and imminent. This sounds like the good ole' NJ/MD CCW requirements. Sounds like someone wants to have the arbitrary process go beyond CCW and include possession as well.
That would mean DC could deny Heller a hangun because he wasn't attacked or threatened.
I don't see anything bad in the rest of the bill, but it does seem redundant in light of Heller and the 2A.