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Huge Gun Victory in 9th Circuit Court.
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Posted By: Pluperfect, 8/15/2020 4:50:17 AM

California’s high-capacity magazine limitations for guns “infringes on [the] fundamental right to self defense” and is therefore unconstitutional, according to a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. District Court of Appeals. Yes, the court previously known as the “9th Circus” for being the most Leftist, most overturned, and most wrong court in the land, ruled in favor of the rights of gun owners on Friday afternoon. California deemed that the use or sale of magazines with a higher capacity than ten bullets (LCMs) are illegal. Voters passed the measure. The three-judge panel in the 9th Circuit Court ruled that the limitation is unconstitutional.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Strike3 8/15/2020 6:54:52 AM (No. 510525)
The war on guns will go on for a long time because the Leftists need the popularion to be unarmed in order to go full communist. It is ultimately up to gun owners to demand their 2nd Amendment rights no matter what the laws end up saying. Chipping away with little restrictions are simply irritants much like bee stings. Most of us already have what we need, thanks to Clinton, Obama and now Antifa/BLM. Our hardware needs to meet or exceed the criminals' hardware, both the foreign and domestic type.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Venturer 8/15/2020 7:51:36 AM (No. 510560)
This ruling will not stand.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Bluefindad 8/15/2020 9:10:48 AM (No. 510624)
Coronavirus has paved their way to victory. They only have to declare "Gun Violence" a national health emergency and voila! They can engage in any unconstitutional act they wish and the court will back them.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Mizz Fixxit 8/15/2020 9:18:36 AM (No. 510637)
The 2nd Amendment is in peril if democrats sweep in November. I think democrats intend to come after privately owned firearms and the firearms industry from every angle. Legislation, executive order, taxation and the courts.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: red1066 8/15/2020 9:32:39 AM (No. 510656)
Maryland has the same law against magazines containing more than 10 rounds as well.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: franq 8/15/2020 9:33:07 AM (No. 510658)
...perilous times shall come...
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Reply 7 - Posted by: seamusm 8/15/2020 10:06:37 AM (No. 510708)
The left has an almost infinite capability to infringe on our 2nd Amendment rights with not just defining what is an allowable gun - as if to defend our and family's lives we should be limited to a six-shooter instead of an 'assault' rifle but also bullet/magazine limits. This is a temporary reprieve. My greatest fears will be taxing guns and ammo out of use - or making insurance prohibitively expensive for gun owners.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 8/15/2020 10:09:07 AM (No. 510711)
Great news. But, too bad the People's Republic of Colorado isn't in the ninth circuit because of our former governor Hickenlooper signing into law legislation that prohibits higher-capacity magazines.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Vaquero45 8/15/2020 10:11:29 AM (No. 510715)
For the umpteenth time: magazines do not hold “bullets”. They hold cartridges, also known as rounds of ammunition. Morons.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: bigfatslob 8/15/2020 10:19:26 AM (No. 510722)
Why do I need a thirty round magazine you ask because I can't find a fifty round magazine for my rifle. My rifle's magazine does not hold 'bullets' it hold rounds of ammunition stupid jerk.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 8/15/2020 12:24:38 PM (No. 510898)
Don't celebrate too quickly - it was only a three-judge panel. An en banc hearing will uphold the restriction.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: DVC 8/15/2020 12:51:01 PM (No. 510925)
#11, the 9th Circuit has had 10 Trump judges (notwithstanding Dread Pirate Roberts' idiotic comment) seated and the enbanc review, if it happens may surprise people. The 9th is not the leftist playground it once was.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: whyyeseyec 8/15/2020 4:15:03 PM (No. 511118)
The Left will challenge this ruling right to the SC, where God only knows what will happen in that nine ring circus.
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