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Ten fingers. That’s where it all comes from. Finger counting. Same with the metric system.Aw yes. That randomly pulled out of the ass number 10.
They have/had a woman governor, she can count to 23, easy. 25 or 27 with some effort.Ten fingers. That’s where it all comes from. Finger counting. Same with the metric system.
Correct, the new proposed legislation there caps mags at 9, so 10 or more would be considered high-capacity.I think what the OP is saying is that this one goes beyond and limits it to less than 10 ... so all those neutered 10 rounders originally made during the ban and for CA aren't even legal ... I have never seen a reduced capacity mag that had less than 10 rounds except for maybe a 5 rd mag for hunting with an AR-10 or HK-91/G3
They have/had a woman governor, she can count to 23, easy. 25 or 27 with some effort.
Then they'll cap it at 8, 7, 6, 5, and soon, only single shot guns will be allowed. And then those will be outlawed.Correct, the new proposed legislation there caps mags at 9, so 10 or more would be considered high-capacity.
We can choose to ignore and scoff at what they are doing in other states, or look at what they’re doing knowing that the MA legislature, AG, and Governor want the same thing here. The anti-2A groups are well-coordinated nationwide.
You can thank Bill Ruger for this. He was in favor of banning high capacity magazines and in 1989 he sent letters to all of congress in support of a ban.
He is also infamous for his comment during an interview with Tom Brokaw "No honest man needs more than 10 rounds in any gun".
I don’t think the antis were inspired by him, they’re self motivated