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Old 05-19-2012, 6:38 PM
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If I remember correctly in the city of San Diego shotguns with a capacity of more than 6 rounds are illegal.
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If I remember correctly in the city of San Diego shotguns with a capacity of more than 6 rounds are illegal.
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Old 05-19-2012, 7:55 PM
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Like I said, I wasn't sure but its right in here:

http://docs.sandiego.gov/municode/Mu...Division00.pdf

just search shotgun...you'll find it.

Rather they define a shotgun with barrel over 18 inches with a folding stock OR over 6 rounds capacity as an assault weapon, whatever that means...hmmm


Besides, why do you need more than 6 rounds anyway?

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wow, that sucks, thanks, I think
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Old 05-19-2012, 8:35 PM
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See, gotta be careful where ever you go.
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Like I said, I wasn't sure but its right in here:

http://docs.sandiego.gov/municode/Mu...Division00.pdf

just search shotgun...you'll find it.

Rather they define a shotgun with barrel over 18 inches with a folding stock OR over 6 rounds capacity as an assault weapon, whatever that means...hmmm


Besides, why do you need more than 6 rounds anyway?
Interesting on the SD code, thanks for the link.

When do you need more then 6 rounds? When there's 7 bad guys?
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odd i thought there was a state preemption when it came to firearms
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odd i thought there was a state preemption when it came to firearms
There is, but think about it...the state says, actually legally says you can go buy yourself a ruger LC9. The state has a list that they themselves have approved by make and model and the city of Los Angeles says you can't buy it there.
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There is, but think about it...the state says, actually legally says you can go buy yourself a ruger LC9. The state has a list that they themselves have approved by make and model and the city of Los Angeles says you can't buy it there.
they can regulate what is sold there but they shouldn't be able to regulate what is possessed
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Like I said, I wasn't sure but its right in here:

http://docs.sandiego.gov/municode/Mu...Division00.pdf

just search shotgun...you'll find it.

Rather they define a shotgun with barrel over 18 inches with a folding stock OR over 6 rounds capacity as an assault weapon, whatever that means...hmmm


Besides, why do you need more than 6 rounds anyway?
Because I want to and I don't like anyone limiting my rights. No one needs a car, but I am not giving mine up because someone has determined that I don't need it.
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Because I want to and I don't like anyone limiting my rights. No one needs a car, but I am not giving mine up because someone has determined that I don't need it.
I agree with that basic assertion regarding rights. However, there is a valid self-defense reasons as well. An FBI study concluded that 52% of the time police officers are confronted by more than one assailant. IT's common sense that this holds for civilians being assaulted as well. 6 rounds in a shot gun or 10 in a pistol or rifle simply might not be enough to neutralize more than one assailant successfully. So the limits on ammunition put defenders at a disadvantage. A partial victim disarmament scheme.
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Interesting on the SD code, thanks for the link.

When do you need more then 6 rounds? When there's 7 bad guys?
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