When an Illinois family court ordered that a father have no firearms in his house until his daughter turned 18, he appealed the decision to the Second District Court of Appeals and won. New York Times best-selling author Frank Miniter discusses the decision In re PARENTAGE OF M.A.R.R., and the clear violation of the Second Amendment in the case of a father with a gun collection. The family court had determined that his collection and ammunition indicated mentally instability. Later in the conversation, Miniter talks about a gunsmith repairing arms seized from ISIS for use by Kurdish defenders in Iraq. Originally aired on NRA News Cam & Co 03/18/15.