Just look how many times guns were used against tyranny that produced enduring democracies instead of next set of tyrants?
Well at least a few times.
How many times freedom of expression against oppressors liberated people and created enduring democracies?
Zero? What are you talking about?
That is when warrior wannabes like you strut around claiming to be the cause. You are the effect, not the cause, of the first amendment.
Calling it an issue of cause and effect doesn't really make sense. But there's no doubt that warriors enabled both the 1st and 2nd amendment. You do know what was going on in this land before the Constitution was signed back in 1787? It involved warriors strutting around and shooting British soldiers. And one of them, a guy named George Washington, even became the first president.
Trying your "second amendment solutions" against a lawfully elected government of the USA is rebellion
You're claiming free speech can be used to overthrow governments as well. Guess what? That's still rebellion and it's also illegal. Or did you think America has unlimited free speech?
Definitely not because of your puny little glocks, brownings or bushmasters. Our army had been battling AK-47s and IEDs for ages now buddy, you don't stand a chance against our army.
Think about what you just said. Our army has been battling against AK-47s and IEDS (the "I" stands for improvised btw)... FOR AGES. Ages. That means "a long time." And you think, as a result, that people with small weapons "don't stand a chance?" Even though they've been battling for ages?
All that said, I agree with you that the right to bear arms does not cause our society to work well. But neither does the right to free speech. BOTH are effects of a good society. A good society is made up of good people who believe in the social contract. Free speech and the right to bear arms are marks of respect we have for each other because we believe our compatriots are as good as we are. The reason we let Joe Sixpack have a gun is that we trust Joe Sixpack to use that gun to defend himself, just like we want to defend ourselves. The reason we let Joe Sixpack have free speech is that we trust he has good intentions when he says something we disagree with. We even acknowledge that he may be right when we disagree so it's valuable to allow him to keep talking, even if in the short term it embarrasses us or hurts our feelings.