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19 January 2013


I keep reading, over and over, how a ban on normal capacity magazines might be acceptable.



Because fuck you.

Why else?  And your mother.

I've even posted how having smaller magazines doesn't really make much difference.

That's not the issue at all.

Once the idiots in government get the idea that they can dictate magazine capacity, then they will decide that ten is too many, then seven, then five...

They already believe this is the case and the do-nothing-don't-make-waves supreme court isn't helping.

1 comment:

  1. My take, boiled down into one sentence, is that private citizens have even more need for standard-capacity magazines than do law enforcement officers.


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