Virgina Anti-gun Delegate Carr Jumps on Arizona Tragedy with Ban on Large Magazines

Virgina Anti-gun Delegate Carr Jumps on Arizona Tragedy with Bill to Ban Large Magazines

The bill chooses the arbitrary number of 20 rounds as the "safe" number...?
The bill chooses the arbitrary number of 20 rounds as the "safe" number...?
Virginia Citizens Defense League
Virginia Citizens Defense League

Covington VA –-(Ammoland.com)- Today, Friday Jan 21st 2011, is the last day for bills to be introduced in the 2011 General Assembly session.

One last anti-gun bill seems to have dropped in the hopper today. Anti-gun Delegate Carr and co-patron Delegates BaCote, Englin, Hope, James, McQuinn, Surovell, and Toscano jumping in on the Arizona tragedy:

§ 18.2-309.1. Sale of certain firearms magazines; penalty. Anyone who sells, barters, or transfers any firearms magazine that is designed to hold 20 or more rounds of ammunition is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.

  • HB 2524 – Delegate Carr – bans the sale, barter, or transfer of a magazine that will hold 20 or more rounds. Existing magazines that a person has are OK as long as you don’t try to sell, barter, or transfer them (it does not ban possession)VCDL Strongly Opposes this bill

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OMarr

The following in my opinion would be called ambulance chasers.

The tragedy in Virginia is that someone elected these people to office.

Carr and co-patron Delegates BaCote, Englin, Hope, James, McQuinn, Surovell, and Toscano jumping in on the Arizona tragedy.