Here’s my 2 Cent’s, or 60,500 cent example, I call the contingency plan/ rational argument!
Any constitutional rebuttal presented in regards to magazine restriction appears to be considered ”irrational”, to any person, who is for lack of a better term “anti gun”. This is the only one argument, that I feel they will understand, and will have a hard time contending with when you stir it in the pot with all the other constitutional reasons against Magazine restriction, it’s a tough one, to get around, in my opinion in such a bad economy, with all kinds of budget issues!!
What is the cost of banning magazines above 10 rounds.
Where are the funds going to come from,
Mag’s are expensive. I have a number of pistols & various rifles, ill name 3 that are above ten round’s, FOR EXAMPLE:
HK USP 40 (13 rd mag) X 5 X $45.00 = $225.oo
FN .45 Tactical (15 rd Mag) X 57.00 X 4 = $228.00
Springfield XDM .40 (16 rd mag) X 4 X $ 38.00 = $152.oo
= $605.00 in privet confiscation for just 3 guns!!!!!!
In this example $605.00 Will be confiscated in this irrational act. Now this has to be replaced by me, (under 10 rounds) leaving me with huge costs. Now I’m not going to tell what I have purchased throughout the years, but this is a small fraction.
Now lets multiply this time all the guns w/ Mag’s above ten rounds in the state Of Connecticut. All the inventory in the stores?
If this irrational act is going to get “rammed through” there need to be compensation made.
Probably close to or over $100,000,000 (1 hundred million worth), of magazines that will need to be repurchased. (THAT’S JUST MY UNEDUCATED GUESS, WHICH I FELT WAS CONSERTATIVLY ESTIMATED)
Where would it come from in 2013 and where was it in last year's bill, A State relief fund, for this UNJUST confiscation? That is only just & right, for Connecticut, The Constitution state to pay, as she Rapes her citizens, causing our forefathers to turn in their graves!
When you start talking money to you your state official’s 10’s of million’s, 100’s of millions then they tend to slow there roll.
I am by no means advocating a mag ban or want anything to do with it, but if it gets rammed through, I better be getting paid, for all my ar mags all my mags, they were an expensive investment.