And the evidence is where that supports this claim? An unsupported opinion is essentially worthless, and an opinion is not fact. Statements like these sound hysterical. How funny O-Live does not permit comments!The attorney general’s office, in its response to the Oregon Firearms Federation's lawsuit, argued large-capacity magazines that hold more than 10 rounds are not “arms” protected by the Second Amendment and the state’s new requirement for a permit to purchase a gun will withstand constitutional...www.oregonlive.com
Yes, it does. I am also aware that if I have to shoot someone in defense of life, while out and about, these things are true.Your signature is literally,
"Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem." / "I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery"
As promised...SAF has filed a federal lawsuit.
Fear. It wouldn't make you a felon, as the max charge is a misdemeanor. Knowledge is power.Yes, it does. I am also aware that if I have to shoot someone in defense of life, while out and about, these things are true.
1) I do not want the slavery of jail
2) I am leaving this state soon, and frankly I needed some 10 round p365 mags anyway for certain pants anyway.
3) I do not want to be a felon before I leave this state.
4) At home the p365 would be the least of an invader's worries.
5) If I can't disable it in 3 rounds, I am probably dead anyway.
okay, 2 rounds less is not going to make a difference to me. In a life or death shooting scenario, it will happen fast.Fear. It wouldn't make you a felon, as the max charge is a misdemeanor. Knowledge is power.
Let's hope so. Maybe the second and third were intentionally delayed until after the State AG locked themselves into whatever arguments/statements/admissions they made in their response to the OFF motion for injunction.I'm not a lawyer, so I have to trust that these experienced litigators know what they are doing. Expect them to be coordinating with the other plaintiffs on overall strategy.