California’s ‘High Capacity’ Magazine Possession Ban On Hold Pending Supreme Court Appeal

California’s ‘High Capacity’ Magazine Possession Ban On Hold Pending Supreme Court Appeal
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Dan Z. for TTAG Last month, an en banc ruling by the Ninth District Court of Appeals upheld California’s ban on so-called high capacity magazines…basically any magazine that will hold more than ten rounds of ammunition.

The ruling outlaws the possession of millions of magazines legally bought and owned by law-abiding gun owners in the state, including those shipped in during “freedom week.” That was the period after Judge Robert Benitez struck down the law in 2019 and before a stay of his decision kept it in place until the Ninth Circuit could rule.

After the Ninth’s ruling, the plaintiffs in the suit, including the California Rifle & Pistol Association, announced they would appeal the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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