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The impact of California’s ban on standard capacity magazines

None, at all. Also, Mr. and Mrs. America aren’t turning them in:

But experts and law enforcement cant point to any actual impact: no magazines turned in, and none seized as a direct result of the local large-magazine bans on the books.

6 Responses to “The impact of California’s ban on standard capacity magazines”

  1. MJM Says:

    Massive civil resistance. Time for more of it.

  2. Ron Says:

    Imagine that… another prohibition that doesn’t work.

    Who would have thunk it?

  3. mikee Says:

    Washington, DC, prosecutors refused to charge Anderson Cooper with very, very public possession of an illegal standard capacity magazine (and “brandishing” of same on national TV). Just saying that the laws don’t work if important people who flout the laws are not taken to task for it.

    And it was Tom Clancy’s character Jack Ryan who exposed the stupidity of magazine limits. He pointed out that it is the first few bullets in a bad guy’s gun, and where that gun is pointing, that one worries about, not the last few bullets.

  4. TS Says:

    Being much closer to their goal, the anti-gun contingent is much more honest about their opposition to legal gun ownership.

    “There were almost a half million handguns legally purchased in the State of California last year,” he said, “and a half million the year before. So, it is a little bit frustrating, but that doesn’t mean that we just turn a blind eye and don’t try to do things.”

  5. Lyle Says:

    Let’s see; the Progressives have always hated cops, and tried to get everyone else to hate them (their standard term for “policeman” in the late 1960s and early ’70s was “pig” you will remember). All this time, they’ve also been trying to make cops into criminals by having them enforce unconstitutional laws.

    We’re being played, and the cops are being played, and we’re being pitted against one another. Who says prohibitions don’t work? I say they are extremely effective.

  6. anonymous Says:

    “Washington, DC, prosecutors refused to charge Anderson Cooper”

    It was David Gregory of NBC,not Anderson Cooper of CNN.

    If Wayne LaPierre had any guts, he would be brandishing a 30-round AR magazine on every Washington DC TV-talk-show appearance since then.

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