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Dec 19 2018

What If They Had a Gun Ban and No One Complied?

The moonbats running New Jersey have cracked down on the Second Amendment right of self-defense by forbidding citizens to own a magazine that holds more than 10 rounds. A regular Glock magazine holds 17 rounds. Gun owners were given 180 days to comply; time was up on December 11. The results:

[N]ot a single magazine has been turned in to any local law-enforcement agencies, according to responses obtained from Ammoland’s John Crump: “Ammoland reached out to several local police departments in New Jersey to see how they plan on enforcing the ban, and [to learn] what the turn-in numbers have been [as of December 14]. Like the New Jersey State Police, none of these departments have a concrete plan on how to proactively enforce the ban, and none had a single report of magazines being turned over.”

Punishment isn’t light for possessors of the forbidden magazines:

It’s a felony, with punishment consisting of up to 18 months in jail, and up to $10,000 in fines, or both.

Draconian gun restrictions received a similar response in the People’s Republic of Boulder.

Democrats like Dianne Feinstein have made it clear that they will ban all guns in private hands the moment they have the political leverage. Anyone who thinks this will rid America of our more than a quarter of a billion privately owned guns is insane.

On a tip from KirklesWorth.

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