One would assume Gandhi was a gun grabbing gun control vigilanti.
PEACE THROUGH STRENGTH, GANDHI
** Gandhi realized that the right to bear arms was a fundamental right of free people
because despite constitutional provisions and non-violent methods of protest, it
sometimes becomes necessary to resist tyranny with force. He made it a part of his
program first in South Africa and later in India—both under British rule.
During World War I, Gandhi called for a repeal of the unpopular Indian Arms Act of 1878
that granted the government extensive powers to restrict the possession of arms. In his
autobiography, Gandhi condemned this act in the strongest of words: “Among the many
misdeeds of British rule in India, ~ cont.