Nobody can predict with true certainty but it is highly unlikely that Americans will lose the right to bear arms in the foreseeable future. The right to bear arms is enshrined in the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution and has been a deeply ingrained aspect of American culture and legal tradition for over two centuries.
Amending the U.S. Constitution is a complex and challenging process that requires significant consensus and support from both the federal and state levels. Any proposed amendment to alter or repeal the Second Amendment would face substantial legal, political, and cultural hurdles.
While discussions and debates surrounding gun control measures, regulations, and policies continue in the United States, significant changes to the fundamental right to bear arms are unlikely to occur without widespread consensus and a major shift in public opinion, which can take considerable time and effort.
It’s important to note that public sentiment and political dynamics can evolve over time, and attitudes towards gun rights and gun control can change in response to societal developments and events. However, predicting the specific trajectory of such changes is inherently uncertain.