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Old 07-20-2018, 8:32 AM
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https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/...ts-california/

Can any lawyers here tell me what this decision means? The 9th 'affirmed' the lower court injunction of the Calif magazine law, which banned 30 round magazines.

So, does this mean that I may purchase some of these magazines? If not, am I allowed to keep any that I might have in my possession?

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You may go to prison for just asking this question in California.
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Means the temporary restraining order may stand for now. Will likely go to the full 9th cir. And be shot down.
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Not a lawyer, but my understanding is that the injunction put in place by a lower court was upheld and nothing more. So you can keep pre importation/manufacture ban magazines while the trial continues in the lower court concerning the ban on possession. Many of the titles of articles and posts are misleading
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Can any lawyers here tell me what this decision means? The 9th 'affirmed' the lower court injunction of the Calif magazine law banning 30 round magazines.



So, can I purchase some of these magazines or am I allowed to keep any that I might have in my possession?


You cannot purchase mags with a capacity of more than 10 rounds. You are allowed to keep mags with a capacity of greater than 10 rounds if you acquired them before the 2000. All the court did was uphold an injunction against Prop 63 (2016) that retroactively banned legally acquired mags holding in excess of ten rounds. Stay tuned the actual case has not been heard (Duncan vs Becerra).


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You may go to prison for just asking this question in California.

So, I should remove the post?
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You cannot purchase mags with a capacity of more than 10 rounds. You are allowed to keep mags with a capacity of greater than 10 rounds if you acquired them before the 2000. All the court did was uphold an injunction against Prop 63 (2016) that retroactively banned legally acquired mags holding in excess of ten rounds. Stay tuned the actual case has not been heard (Duncan vs Becerra).


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Means the temporary restraining order may stand for now. Will likely go to the full 9th cir. And be shot down.
Thank you, CalBar. Please tell me that Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed.
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Because you posted this in National politics, not CA. This is not national. Because there's already a thread on it, had you just searched... with all the answers to the question you asked.
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You cannot purchase mags with a capacity of more than 10 rounds. You are allowed to keep mags with a capacity of greater than 10 rounds if you acquired them before the 2000....or found them as the means of acquisition...
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Fixed that for you.

I have more than enough pre 2000 magazines but I did find 2 left over magazines at a shared LE-Company owned used by employees range. I could not find finding a magazine as verboten. Buy, sell, manufacture, import, offer to sell, blah, blah, blah, but no fell off the truck stipulation.

I do not recommend anyone claiming to have found the magazines they possess, just sayin, ya know!
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Fixed that for you.

I have more than enough pre 2000 magazines but I did find 2 left over magazines at a shared LE-Company owned used by employees range. I could not find finding a magazine as verboten. Buy, sell, manufacture, import, offer to sell, blah, blah, blah, but no fell off the truck stipulation.

I do not recommend anyone claiming to have found the magazines they possess, just sayin, ya know!
Here is the PC section covering receiving. Which would cover "finding" also.

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(a) Except as provided in Article 2 (commencing with Section 32400) of this chapter and in Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 17700) of Division 2 of Title 2, any person in this state who manufactures or causes to be manufactured, imports into the state, keeps for sale, or offers or exposes for sale, or who gives, lends, buys, or receives any large-capacity magazine is punishable by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year or imprisonment pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 1170.
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Here is the PC section covering receiving. Which would cover "finding" also.
That change was enacted in 2014 (for whatever that's worth)

See the thread here
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"You cannot purchase mags with a capacity of more than 10 rounds. You are allowed to keep mags with a capacity of greater than 10 rounds if you acquired them before the 2000. All the court did was uphold an injunction against Prop 63 (2016) that retroactively banned legally acquired mags holding in excess of ten rounds. Stay tuned the actual case has not been heard (Duncan vs Becerra)."

And so..just how does the "state" intend to determine the point in time when a particular "over 10 round capacity" magazine was acquired by the owner?
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And so..just how does the "state" intend to determine the point in time when a particular "over 10 round capacity" magazine was acquired by the owner?
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And so..just how does the "state" intend to determine the point in time when a particular "over 10 round capacity" magazine was acquired by the owner?
The gun that the magazine was designed to fit wasn't in production until 2011?
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You may go to prison for just asking this question in California.
No, our prisons are too full. Jail as well. But you might lose your job over it and if you keep it up you might end up in a reeducation camp.
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The gun that the magazine was designed to fit wasn't in production until 2011?
actually you can have magazines for guns up till 2015, since the punishment for having a +10 magazine is a misdemeanor which carries only a statute of limitations of 3 years from when the crime occurred.

so if you illegally imported/manufactured/bought a +10 magazine in July 26 2015 you would be free and clear today, July 27 2018 since it is now past 3 years since the commission of your crime.

but some may argue that the ongoing possession of the magazine means you are breaking the law on a continuous basis, thus you can be arrested and charged until the end of time as long as you kept the magazine that was acquired illegally.

so it really boils down to, how much money you have to pay for the best lawyer, and what other charges are being bought against you.
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