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Old 01-17-2014, 7:51 AM
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That is state law too.
Please provide a citation. The mag limit law prohibits importation, manufacturing, or sale of +10 mags. It makes NO mention of possession.
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Old 01-27-2014, 9:33 PM
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Default Something to consider in this state.

When you carry your gun, it is something you hope you never ever have to actually use.

Let's say you actually had to use your gun for "self defense" inside San Francisco, even if the shoot was perfectly clean, you know the DA is going to press charges and if they find your gun has magazines with greater than 10 round capacity, they will use that against you.

It doesn't matter that the San Francisco Ordinance is "illegal", what matters is do you have the "legal deep pockets" to fight bogus criminal charges.

A CCW holder will face political persecution in San Fran if they ever defend themselves and if you have magazines that hold more than 10 rounds, the DA will say he is prosecuting you because you used excessive force, an "assault pistol", to defend yourself.

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Going back to the discussion of SF city laws, no sale of hollowpoints and gun owners must turn in all hi-cap mags to local PD by April of this year.
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^and I say to SF... good luck with that.

Unenforceable ordinance is unenforceable.
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If the shoot was "perfectly clean" then why would the DA charge you?

Please cite references for your post - seriously where are you getting your information from?


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When you carry your gun, it is something you hope you never ever have to actually use.

Let's say you actually had to use your gun for "self defense" inside San Francisco, even if the shoot was perfectly clean, you know the DA is going to press charges and if they find your gun has magazines with greater than 10 round capacity, they will use that against you.

It doesn't matter that the San Francisco Ordinance is "illegal", what matters is do you have the "legal deep pockets" to fight bogus criminal charges.

A CCW holder will face political persecution in San Fran if they ever defend themselves and if you have magazines that hold more than 10 rounds, the DA will say he is prosecuting you because you used excessive force, an "assault pistol", to defend yourself.

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If the shoot was "perfectly clean" then why would the DA charge you?

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Okay so it's just made up based on your pre-conceived ideas regarding San Francisco and not based upon any actual, verifiable incidents or PC, and is really just based on your feelings.

In short: You're just making **** up.

I get that.

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When you carry your gun, it is something you hope you never ever have to actually use.

Let's say you actually had to use your gun for "self defense" inside San Francisco, even if the shoot was perfectly clean, you know the DA is going to press charges and if they find your gun has magazines with greater than 10 round capacity, they will use that against you.

It doesn't matter that the San Francisco Ordinance is "illegal", what matters is do you have the "legal deep pockets" to fight bogus criminal charges.

A CCW holder will face political persecution in San Fran if they ever defend themselves and if you have magazines that hold more than 10 rounds, the DA will say he is prosecuting you because you used excessive force, an "assault pistol", to defend yourself.

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Just a thought here.....I've got several pistols that came with magazines >10 rounds. Lets assume I have to defend myself with a 92FS or 226 and only have to use 1 or 2 shots. It would be interesting for them to prove excessive force when you still have 13 or 14 rounds left. I would think such a situation would show restraint.

Then again, we are talking about Frisco here where they use Bizarro Logic when it comes to self defense and many other things.
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When you carry your gun, it is something you hope you never ever have to actually use.

Let's say you actually had to use your gun for "self defense" inside San Francisco, even if the shoot was perfectly clean, you know the DA is going to press charges and if they find your gun has magazines with greater than 10 round capacity, they will use that against you.

It doesn't matter that the San Francisco Ordinance is "illegal", what matters is do you have the "legal deep pockets" to fight bogus criminal charges.

A CCW holder will face political persecution in San Fran if they ever defend themselves and if you have magazines that hold more than 10 rounds, the DA will say he is prosecuting you because you used excessive force, an "assault pistol", to defend yourself.

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look on the bright side
if you carry 10 rounders & die cause you ran out of rds,they can't charge you if you are DEAD...
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