Serious question. Has anyone here ever seen an argument for limiting magazine capacity to X number of rounds based on any sort of statistical analysis of crimes? Or any other credible facts or modeling? Why is 10 rounds considered "reasonable" by the anti-gun crowd? Why not make it nine? Or eleven? I have never seen this argument made and supported with anything. If the anti-gun community can't support it with anything other than their own definition of what is "reasonable", isn't it entirely arbitrary? Isn't it just a first step towards something-less-than-ten, followed by all removable magazines? Boil the frog slowly?