"if Henigan is correct in predicting that sensible regulations will be the by-product of Heller, I for one applaud that development .... Thankfully, Heller has taken a major step to restore sensibility in Washington, D.C. Soon, with incorporation, Heller will have nationwide implications. That's a big win for common sense. More important, it's a big win for the Constitution."
Well... I guess so. Sensible regulations like the ones upheld in the cases mentioned here, decided after Heller, such as preventing the importation of a reproduction WW II-era German machinegun, banning sawed-off shotguns and machineguns, prohibitions in "sensitive places such as schools and government buildings"? Or how about this -- D.C. rejecting Heller's own application? One of the Heller cheerleaders has groused that, at least, "fighting such disgusting foot dragging is better than being subject to a complete ban." This is a huge victory?
Note also Levy's comment on incorporation: As I noted in To Hell with Heller, "thanks to the perverse incorporation doctrine, the Second Amendment will no doubt be applied to the states ... by the federal government." For more on Henigan, see More Heller-aceous Damage to Gun Rights.
Anyway, as Cato icon Milton Friedman might say, "sensible" government regulation is about as likely as a barking cat.