Sheriffs & CRPA Sue L.A. Over “Large-Capacity” Magazine Ban

There are 30 Sheriffs in California, and two law enforcement organizations along with the California Rifle & Pistol Association, that have filed suit against the city of Los Angeles. For its overbearing “large capacity” magazine ban. Where the mere possession of normal capacity magazines gets you charged.

The city covers such a large geographic area, that owners of such constitutionally protected items, are forced to drive through the city in order to get to most parts of southern California south of Los Angeles. Thus subjecting them to criminal liability. There are also numerous cities, land locked on all sides, by the city of Los Angeles. Where it’s impossible for residents there not to travel through Los Angeles city proper.

It’s the kind of news that makes your day.

From the CRPA:

Now, 30 duly elected California Sheriffs, two law enforcement organizations, the California Rifle and Pistol Association (CRPA), and several other individuals have filed a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the ordinance. The lawsuit challenges the magazine possession ban on legal “preemption” grounds, because California state law specifically allows for the possession of such magazines.

Los Angeles City's land locked gun owner trap

Los Angeles City’s land locked gun owner trap

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