What the gun prohibitionists won’t tell you about magazine capacity limits

Yesterday, I discussed the growing effort for a renewed ban of so-called “assault weapons.” Such bans invariably incorporate a limit on the magazine capacity–the now expired federal ban stipulated ten rounds as the acceptable limit. The supposed rationale is that without “high capacity” (translation: normal capacity) magazines, a deranged killer will not be able to inflict as much carnage as he would if he had to reload more often. [More]

Today’s St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner column is up, taking a look at magazine capacity limit laws. Please give it a look, and spread the word.

By the way, I don’t know what happened yesterday, but St. Louis GRE had a very big day–I wish I knew whom to thank for that. Since I don’t, I’ll just assume it’s my loyal readers (both of you must have been extremely busy)–thanks, guys!


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