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The magazine fits into the 10/22 receiver in the usual fashion, and while I suppose you could use the regular 10-rounder, it's hard to imagine a better excuse for a large-capacity magazine than this kit.
doesn't produce the large-capacity magazines the state outlawed or the kind of ammunition that was used in the Sandy Hook shooting when 26 students and teachers were killed.
7326/M140216]), calls for universal criminal background checks and favors prohibition of assault and semiautomatic weapons and large-capacity magazines.
News stories describing a mass shooting perpetrated by a person with mental illness heightened negative attitudes toward persons with serious mental illness, as well as raised support for gun restriction for persons with mental illness and policies to ban large-capacity magazine.
Williams said banning semi-automatic assault rifles and large-capacity magazines are cosmetic solutions that could hurt gun owners.
com/jac45t) was cautious in its conclusion about large-capacity magazine limits.
With its 10 1/2-inch barrel, relatively compact dimensions (early Annihilators had no buttstocks, only front and rear handgrips) and large-capacity magazine, Thompson envisioned his brainchild as the ideal arm with which to clear trenches.
Wayne LaPierre, the executive vice president of the National Rifle Association (NRA), said Sunday that planned legislation to outlaw military-style assault weapons and large-capacity magazines was "phony" and would not work.