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Thread: The history of magazines holding 11 or more rounds: Amicus brief in 9CA Dave Kopel

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    The history of magazines holding 11 or more rounds: Amicus brief in 9CA Dave Kopel

    "Currently before the Ninth Circuit is an appeal in the case of Fyock v. Sunnyvale, a case which challenges a Californiaís cityís ban on magazines which hold more than 10 rounds. While the State of California outlaws the sale, import, or transfer of such magazines, the Sunnyvale ban goes further, by prohibiting possession of these magazines, with no provision for grandfathering. The District Court upheld the ban; part of the Courtís analysis stated that magazines did not exist at the time the Second Amendment was ratified. Last Friday, amicus briefs in support of appellant were filed, including a brief which I co-authored on the history of magazines and of magazine prohibition.

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    The facts do not matter to anti's they are more then willing to lie and ignore facts and history.
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    They did not have computers, cars, trains, or airplanes then either. So those judges should be forced to either walk to work, ride a horse, or use and animal drawn cart. They should also be limited to oil lamps/candles, lye soap, manual water pumps, quill pens, hand made paper, etc.

    They should also do without electricity.
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    Why petition the gov't to address these unlawful laws .. the gov't made them !

    Of course they are going to say that they are OK.

    I do not look for vindication of my rights from the gov't. All they can do is trample on them ... or try to at their own risk.

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