Preliminary Injunction Sought In CA Mag Ban

posted on May 31, 2017

A motion for a preliminary injunction has been filed in the NRA-supported Second Amendment case of Duncan v. Becerra, the federal lawsuit challenging California’s restrictions on what anti-gunners like to call high-capacity magazines.

The state’s ban on possession of magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds is set to take effect July 1. But if granted, this new motion, filed on Friday, will suspend enforcement of the restriction while the case is pending.

Duncan is the second in a series of carefully planned lawsuits challenging the package of gun laws passed last year that have collectively become known as “gunmageddon.”

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