Old old news. Gist is that the judge was asked to rule on a new law which banned possession, getting rid of the old grandfather clause for standard-cap mags. He instead threw out the entire law as a Second Amendment violation. He then stayed his order pending an en banc rehearing, which means a panel of judges will vote on whether or not he's right. So there was a week between the decision and the stay where folks were literally shipping pallets of mags to CA in order to meet the (insane) demand. The rehearing I believe is docketed in Pasadena this spring.And a ray of hope in Commiefornia:
A federal judge in California struck down the state's gun magazine ban Friday, saying it was unconstitutional.www.washingtonexaminer.com
Curious to see how federal courts deal with the two states’ magazine limitations going forward; ie: will they see a difference between 10 or 12-round magazine limitations?
Step after a 9th Circuit en banc would be SCOTUS, but they already have a magazine capacity case in Worman v. Healey, which is challenging MA's AWB and mag restrictions. But everything gun-related at that level is on hold until they rule on NYSRPA v. New York City, which is the one challenging NY's ridiculous restrictions. But that might be moot. Who knows what's going to happen there.