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No. 108369 ID: 9dcda2
  Federal Court Finds California Magazine Ban Violates the Second Amendment




Magazines holding more than 10 rounds are “arms.” California Penal Code Section 32310, as amended by Proposition 63, burdens the core of the Second Amendment by criminalizing the acquisition and possession of these magazines that are commonly held by law-abiding citizens for defense of self, home, and state. The regulation is neither presumptively legal nor longstanding. The statute hits at the center of the Second Amendment and its burden is severe. ... Finally, subsections (c) and (d) of § 32310 impose an unconstitutional taking without compensation upon Plaintiffs and all those who lawfully possess magazines able to hold more than 10 rounds.


California Penal Code § 32310 is hereby declared to be unconstitutional in its entirety and shall be enjoined.

This declaration concerns the current version of § 32310. But similar constitutional defects can be found in the prior iterations of the statute. The Court’s declaration does not affect the definition of a large-capacity magazine where it is used in other parts of California’s Penal Code to define gun-related crimes and to enhance penalties....


This decision is a freedom calculus decided long ago by Colonists who cherished individual freedom more than the subservient security of a British ruler. The freedom they fought for was not free of cost then, and it is not free now.

1. Defendant Attorney General Xavier Becerra, and his officers, agents, servants, employees, and attorneys, and those persons in active concert or participation with him, and those duly sworn state peace officers and federal law enforcement officers who gain knowledge of this injunction order, or know of the existence of this injunction order, are enjoined from enforcing California Penal Code section 32310.

2. Defendant Becerra shall provide, by personal service or otherwise, actual notice of this order to all law enforcement personnel who are responsible for implementing or enforcing the enjoined statute. The government shall file a declaration establishing proof of such notice.

DATED: March 29, 2019 _______________________________
United States District Judge
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>> No. 108370 ID: 281ee5
lmao the supreme court just upheld trumps bumpstock ban and now this, its like whiplash or some shit, can i sue?
>> No. 108373 ID: fe78f8
Do you understand the difference between bump stocks and magazines?
A firearm does not require a bump stock

But some firearms require a magazine
And cartridges
And if the government arbitrarily decide 30 rounds is too many
Then they can decide 10 rounds are too many
Since the average number of rounds fired is 2.2 rounds,
Then the government might decide 3 round magazines are sufficient.
>> No. 108374 ID: 9dcda2
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> Do you understand the difference between bump stocks and magazines?

I think the operator was joking.

> Since the average number of rounds fired is 2.2 rounds,
> Then the government might decide 3 round magazines are sufficient.

Oh! I was just reading about a shoot out where the officer was into his third magazine before the fight ended, with only 4 rounds to spare. Carried 37 rounds. Fired 33. Hit 17. (Assuming +1)

Story: https://www.policemag.com/340699/shots-fired-skokie-illinois-08-25-2008
Images: https://www.policemag.com/366839/shots-fired-skokie-ill-crime-scene

> Bank robber
> Car chase
> Robber stops car, hops out, shoots at cop
> Cop shoots back
> Robber hit 17 times with 45 AARP before going down

> "There were 17 total hits on his body including three fatal shots to his head, a couple to his torso, and one to his abdomen," [Cop] says. "Which means that even though [Robber] was mortally wounded before the head shots, he was still able to engage me.

"People don't die the way we think they do," [Cop] says. "I had 17 rounds in the guy. That will teach you how critical shot placement is."

I think this one skews the 2.2 average a little bit.
>> No. 108382 ID: 336722
>bump stock ban is OK
>And if the government arbitrarily decide 30 rounds is too many Then they can decide 10 rounds are too many
and if they can arbitrarily decide how many trigger pulls per second you're allowed then they can decided that once per century is too many.
>> No. 108416 ID: 9dcda2
California: Federal Court Stays “Large-Capacity” Magazine Ruling Effective Friday @ 5:00PM


>> No. 108417 ID: 43dde2
Unfortunately, the ninth circus was going to issue a much worse stay, so Benitez had to stay his own ruling pending appeal to the ninth circus. However, only the part about obtaining more magazines after Friday's cutoff is back in effect, and people can keep the new magazines they got. Seeing as the ninth may choose not to hear this and jeopardize magazine capacity restrictions in more states, Commiefornia Penis code 32310 will probably be completely dead in a matter of weeks.
>> No. 108444 ID: 51b0a9
All gun laws are unconstitutional.
Those proposing infringing on same, need to spend their last moments contemplating the rock face of a nearby quarry before they are fitted with a 230 grain .45 ACP slug to the brainpan, at high velocity.
>> No. 108446 ID: 5c87e8
Not all of them unfortunately, the supremacy clause in the constitution is a massive loophole which allows the government total leeway on all domestic laws including the constitution. Treaties with foreign nations can be used to "legally" take your guns and restrict your rights. There will probably be a big international "hate speech on the internet treaty" soon which will allow our government to start behaving like terminally petulant imagebaord mods censoring the whole internet. The second the senate ratifies the treaty you will be legally committing a federal felony by posting nigger, kike, fag, slav or bitch
>> No. 108461 ID: 8e4d38
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>stationed at Fort Drum, NY aka California gun laws 2: Electric boogaloo
>Can't get my lancer AWM's from back home
>"here we'll issue these 6 GI mags but they're technically illegal here and it's kind of a grey area, so they can technically charge you if they find them"

I hate this state so god damn much. I have to put on a brave face every day for waifu. If you want to feel the true burning rage for a liberal "utopia", just live in one.

>> No. 108468 ID: f5c3ed
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>If you want to feel the true burning rage for a liberal "utopia", just live in one.
Preaching to the choir on that one. However, there are exemptions in NY for LE and MIL. I'd recommend looking into those.
>> No. 108687 ID: 51b0a9
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There really needs to be a thorough rehash of "directives" as to how DA's can handle " the fucker broke in and I ganked him" cases.

Really if the SOB and his buddies are trying to force entry, how you repel said fuckwits is the last fucking thing the DA should worry about.
Really, do I expect to have to defend myself against" "excessive defense via flamethrower".

DA's who pull this kind of shit need to have a coarse rope around their neck.
>> No. 108688 ID: 51b0a9

I doubt these politicians comprehend how much .455" I own. Let alone .303".
As far as 7,62NATO or 5.56NATO, it's best measured in "pallets".

I will share it freely, simply to confound their efforts.
>> No. 108725 ID: e9dc13
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>I doubt these politicians comprehend how much .455" I own.
I know people who collected British firearms and they were stymied by the difficulty in obtaining ammo for them. Not only the rarities like .476 Enfield, .455 Webly Auto, .577 Snyder, and so on, but plain-Jane .455 Webley.
>> No. 108726 ID: 04d80a
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For UK .577 Boxer, people use rare 24 gauge brass cut down and sized to a .62 case. Some home-loaders also cut down 24 gauge brass to 2" for homemade .577 Snyder, an interesting cartridge conversion of the Enfield muzzle-loading .577 rifled musket.
>> No. 108727 ID: aa52e9
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And good luck to those looking for Mars ammo.
Here's a display of British fodder for you:
>> No. 108728 ID: aa52e9
  Some people really get into their gun and kit collecting...
The Mk III Snider-Enfield: Introduction https://youtu.be/DJ-f11hM4Sk
>> No. 108874 ID: 9dcda2
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