The Bill of rights are different. The state cannot take them away from us. They are inalienable and apply to all U.S. citizens. If Andy finds he doesn't like the editorial board of a certain newspaper in western NY because they are too critical of his tyrannical left wing policies, does he have a right to pass legislation or sign an executive order censoring that paper's editorial board? How about all conservative thought and opinion in the NY press?
What you are saying is totally not true. The US Supreme court ruled that states can pass some gun control measures, however they left open to interpretation how much. They did rule that they cannot go so far as to infringe on the Constitution, as the Constitution is superior to any state constitution, and all state governing documents must be compliant with the US constitution to be valid. The District Of Columbia already tried this via an outright ban on all handguns outside of law enforcement, and it was shot down in the Heller case.