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Colorado sheriffs seek to stop gun magazine law

• AP
Colorado sheriffs trying to stop new state ammunition magazine limits go before a federal judge Wednesday to argue that the law, passed in the wake of mass shootings, is too vague to enforce.

The law bans magazines that hold more than 15 rounds and was a major victory for Colorado Democrats, who used majorities in the House and Senate this spring to pass it without Republican support. Democrats also expanded background checks to include online and private firearm sales.


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Comment by Ed Price
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Does the size of the pill in a prescription keep anyone from overdosing? No. All they need to do is take as many pills as they can.

Look at the symbol "*" the asterisk. It's kinda like looking down the barrel of a gun that has 6 15-shot magazines around it.

It ain't the size of the magazine that counts. It is the ingenuity of builders to be able to work their way around anything, even the laws. After all, isn't working around the laws the thing that the law-makers do famously? I mean, look at how they make laws limiting the Second Amendment when the Amendment clearly tells them they can't do that.

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