After the U.S. Supreme Court rulings in the Heller and McDonald cases, Puerto Rico has proposed a revision to their gun control laws to bring them in line with an incorporated Second Amendment. However, while the proposal allows Americans the right to own a gun for self-defense anywhere they live, other restrictions have been implemented including a requirement that shooting ranges log ammunition usage and limit shooters to 500 rounds per year. Cam Edwards speaks with Dave Kopel of the Independence Institute who says he believes this proposal is still unconstitutional for a U.S. Territory. Originally aired 10/12/2010.