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Old 08-07-2012, 10:54 PM   #11
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Ask governor Arnold lol. When I got my XD she noticed the sticker that said not legal in California. Started freaking out saying I bought an illegal gun. I had to explain this is not California.
Ha! I had that exact same situation with my dad when I bought my XD. 'Dad, this isn't california'
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Ask governor Arnold lol. When I got my XD she noticed the sticker that said not legal in California. Started freaking out saying I bought an illegal gun. I had to explain this is not California.
Sorry " my wife noticed".
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I think they call them "clips"

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Next they'll want to ban my high capacity fork because I can eat to much food in one bite....

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Old 08-10-2012, 05:22 AM   #15
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OK I keep hearing Ban hi cap mags.

What exactly is it?

A glock 19 has a standard mag capacity of 15 so a high capacity mag would be greater than that correct?

A 1911 has a capacity of 7 so a mag that holds more than that would be a hi capacity mag correct?

An AR-15 that comes with a 20 rd mag would need a 25 or 30 round mag to be high capacity correct?

A Remington 700 has a mag capacity of 3, 4, or 5. So anything over any of them would be high capacity correct?

How can a glock 19 have a hi capacity mag of 15 when that is the standard capacity of a factory mag unless you live in some commie state.
Anything more than 10 rounds would be illegal to buy or own. Unless it's 22lr. This is already attached to a cyber security bill. Alex Jones... INFOWARS.com
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High Capacity magazines are mags that smoke pot to an extreme. If you own any mags that do smoke pot get that mag some professional help before it is banned.

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OK that's all fine and dandy. If you look though 10 rounds for a glock would be a LOW capacity mag. To be a high capacity mag it would have to be over 15 rounds.

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If any firearm comes with a 15 round mag then that is a standard capacity mag.

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Im gonna call that a Hi capacity mag . 100 rds enough ?

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I think you may be missing Gunnut's point.

His position is that every weapon seems to come with a different round count, so how can one magazine be okay for gun 1, but be a hi-cap for gun 2.


I agree.


The people that propose these asinine labels are the same fools you see doing news clips with civil war rein actors firing their muskets and going on to tell the viewers that the single shot smooth bore was what the founding fathers had in mind when they drafted 2A.


The simple fact is people who don't understand our culture and respect for sport are the ones attempting to govern and police it. We have helped them by not policing ourselves, but they have gone so far overboard they can't even see the ship anymore.


You can't arbitrarily argue that a round count is going to make a difference when a spree killer had made up his mind. If they were smart they would be lobbying for.......ha hah! Your not getting that info out of me suckers.....


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