Many people are fighting for their rights to be allowed to carry a firearm wherever they go. If they're not allowed to them it violates their right to bear arms. Let's take Texas as an example. Many people there seem to love their firearms and don't want it being taken away. But what I find odd is that, may white people flaunt their guns around but if POC (People Of Color) were to do that, they would be labeled as "terrorists" and "thugs". It's ridiculous.
The right to bear arms debate does not appear redundant to me, because it is constantly changing. Different events and policies are consistently brought about, and gun owners generally seek to evolve and maintain their rights. I don't see how this issue would be labeled "redundant;" but perhaps you meant to use another term.