The decision will warm your heart.
This will certainly go to the 9th circuit panel.
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There’s been quite a few threads posted about this, but I suppose it’s worth it because it’s a huge win for Californians. Hopefully it sticks then they can work on that god awful handgun roster.
I’m not from California, but we had a customer order a P226 extreme in 40 with 10rd mags and a loaded chamber indicator on top the other day so we go check the roster. It seems the EXACT same gun in 9mm is on the roster, and a standard version of the p226 in 40 is on the roster, but the p226 extreme that meets all of their criteria is NOT on the roster. It seems as if this roster they have is a handful of SKUs pulled out of thin air and boom... that’s the roster
But back to thread topic. Congratulations California for a step in the right direction
and of course they have asked for a stay on this. trying to get mags shipped to me before stores will not ship into CA. it’s pretty slim finding people willing to ship into CA.
Try Calguns.net, They have the thread on all the vendors shipping. Brownell's is up to 350k in mags shipping to Cali.
The injunction against California's High Capacity Mag Ban has been issued a stay by the judge who issued the injunction.
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A couple of really important points here:
1. If he hadn't issued a stay, another judge would have,possibly with more restrictive conditions. His issuing a Stay prevents the Defendants from asking for a more restrictive order from another judge
2. This is only a Partial Stay...so possession in the state is still legal
3. It doesn't take effect until 1700hrs tomorrow...so folks can still order them
4. The Stay uses the word "bought" and not "receive"...so magazine in transit are still legal to possess
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