No, your point was that the state can impose limits on the Second Amendment:
But only insofar as it has imposed limits on the 1st amendment (such as imminent inciting of violence). Gun registration, limits on magazine capacity, prohibition of concealed carry, don't have any analog to the limits we've accepted on the 1st amendment - and therefore it should be obvious they wouldn't pass strict scrutiny.
Go back to the start of the thread - dywolf said our rights had limits, and gave examples of 1st amendment restrictions. My challenge to him was to show that his preferred restrictions of the 2nd amendment had 1st amendment counterparts. I asserted there already *were* similar restrictions, and none of them had to do with any gun control legislation ever proposed.