You are not making sense. When you are unable read what you want without changing what was written by the supremely well-educated, literate, and attentive authors of the Bill of Rights - such as James Madison - you need to take stock of your argument. Do you think they were slipshod, didn't mean what they wrote? What? Where would you get that from? A necessary condition is not restricted by what it enables. It comes first. First you have the armed population, then you can raise a well-regulated militia from among them - or do whatever else the securing of freedom requires. The household cleaning equipment illustration posted earlier: A clean house being necessary for the wellbeing of its inhabitants, the right of the people to keep and bear cleaning equipment shall not be infringed. I doubt anybody would interpret that as allowing the State to forbid the keeping and bearing of cleaning equipment by people who did not already live in clean houses, eh? That would be a strange misreading, and prevent many people from cleaning their houses.