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What if they did pass a bill

Discussion in 'Legal' started by gym, Dec 9, 2012.

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  1. gym

    gym member

    Dec 9, 2007
    If they passed a law,That said all assault weapons, and auto pistols, shotguns et. had to have 10 round or less in the mags. How would that be impemented, would there be a kit, that modified the lower,on Ar and AK's or would everone be made to convert their rifle or loose them I remember the 10 round mags on pistols, but they are shooting for" no grandfathering",also this time. So would you have to use a 9-10 rounder in the hi-cap guns, they did this before so why assume it can't be done again. I discount the part about all auto weapons, only because that would outlaw 90 percent of guns, and I doubt that will ever pass any vote. Plus there are revolvers with 8 and 9 round cylinders now.I seriouslly doubt that most guys are going to hand over their prize possesions without a fight,lawsuits, stays, etc. are they stupid enough to think that?
    Is now the time to buy a few revolvers if they are the only guns allowed for carry?
    I am not saying that any of this will happen, but we are a discussion forum, so let's discuss how this would be handled should it suddenlly be shoved in our faces. I remember buying pre ban magazines back when the law was 10 rounds only, my Glock 30 came with 9 round mags. Sportsmen are really a minority, many people who carry, are own 1 or 2 guns, and they probablly are under 10 rounds, so how many of us are there in retrospect, that would be outraged by a new restrictive ban?
    Are we kidding ourselves to think that the majority of the country would be upset if assault weapons were banned, just because we like them and use them for multiple tasks, from sporting to hunting and home defense?
  2. Frank Ettin

    Frank Ettin Moderator

    Apr 29, 2006
    California - San Francisco Bay Area
    Pointless, speculative, nothing to discuss here. How to deal with a proposed law depends on exactly what's been proposed, and how a law might work depends on exactly what the law says.
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