Lawsuit challenges California law against owning 'large capacity' gun magazines | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Lawsuit challenges California law against owning 'large capacity' gun magazines

A lawsuit filed in San Diego federal court Wednesday by the state affiliate of the National Rifle Association is challenging a California law passed last year that makes it illegal to own gun magazines that hold more than 10 rounds.

The complaint, filed by the California Rifle and Pistol Association and five county residents, is the second in what the attorneys describe as “a series of long and carefully planned lawsuits challenging the package of gun bans passed last year that have collectively become known as ‘gunmageddon’ among gun owners.” The laws, including Proposition 63 at issue here, were passed in the wake of the San Bernardino mass shooting.

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