CRPA Issue FAQ and Analysis of Duncan Ruling on Magazine Ban

Ninth Circuit Panel Ruling Holds California Magazine Ban Unconstitutional
Ninth Circuit Panel Ruling Holds California Magazine Ban Unconstitutional

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- Our Legal Team has been hard at work this weekend to bring you the latest in-depth analysis on what the Duncan Ruling means to you. We are committed to getting you the most updated information on standard capacity magazines to make sure that no one runs afoul of the law in the current situation.

Please take a moment and read through this latest information below and see the California DOJ’s response to the ruling from the Ninth Circuit. CRPA will continue to fight for your rights until these issues have a final resolution. Thank you for your continued support and please check www.crpa.org and on our social media channels for more updates as they develop.

Answers to FAQ About the Ninth Circuit's Decision In Duncan V. Becerra “Large Capacity” Magazine Case


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AggregatVier
AggregatVier
1 month ago

When I went to Scribd to view this document full page I instead get:

This document has been removed from Scribd.”

While I can read the whole thing here (once I change my browser’s zoom), I wonder if Scribd is going the suppression route or if the poster limited the view to just being within Ammoland.