Maybe not -
In listening to Robert's questions I had the feeling that he was leaning towards a ruling that would put the question of the 2nd to bed and that he would like to see it ruled as a right with the same weight as the 1st and others that protect our civil rights.
I think his major concern was over what would be reasonable restrictions to firearms ownership; such as denying felons, those found to be mentally deficient, and the like ownership rights.
I also had the impression that all of the justices, even those on the left, felt it is a individual right and not a collective right.
I don't think that Alan Gura did us any favors with his backstrokes on Class III weapons and he was supposed to be on "our" side.
Just my opinion and worth every penny paid for it -