Entirely Clear:

An unfortunate locution from D.C. v. Heller:

It is entirely clear that the Court’s basis for saying that the Second Amendment did not apply was not that the defendants were “bear[ing] arms” not “for ... military purposes” but for “nonmilitary use.”

This didn't strike me as quite successful, likely because of the three "not"'s. An uncharacteristic slip in an otherwise very readable opinion.

Here's the context, which may make the sentence a bit clearer, but not much:

The judgment in the case upheld against a Second Amendment challenge two men’s federal convictions for transporting an unregistered short-barreled shotgun in interstate commerce, in violation of the National Firearms Act. It is entirely clear that the Court’s basis for saying that the Second Amendment did not apply was not that the defendants were “bear[ing] arms” not “for ... military purposes” but for “nonmilitary use.” Rather, it was that the type of weapon at issue was not eligible for Second Amendment protection ....