Breaking News: California Gun Magazine Ban Struck Down in Court

August 14th Breaking News: A federal appeals court today threw out California’s ban on gun magazines that can hold 10 ore more bullets – on the grounds that it “runs afoul of the Second Amendment.”

Read the news articles:

I know, they are “standard capacity.” The point is – for right now – Californians can buy 10+ round magazines while they last!

Palmetto State Armory is reserving orders for California residents right now.

This is Palmetto’s official statement:

The Ninth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals issued a much-anticipated opinion on August 14 finding the large capacity magazine ban is unconstitutional. Palmetto State Armory applauds the court’s ruling and is proud to have provided an affidavit in support of the challenge to the illegal ban.

As the court said, “California’s near-categorical ban of LCMs infringes on the fundamental right to self-defense…. [I]t substantially burdens the core right of self-defense guaranteed to the people under the Second Amendment. It cannot stand.”

“This decision is a victory for the Second Amendment and a reason Palmetto State Armory supports the Second Amendment Defense Fund,” said PSA owner Jamin McCallum. “Protecting our freedoms and defending our constitutional liberties are PSA’s founding principles.”

Due to the opinion, PSA will accept orders from California for large capacity magazines. If your order is accepted the inventory is held in reserve for you. We cannot ship any of those orders until the opinion becomes final. If the decision is not final in the next 30 days, you will have the option to cancel the order or hold the reservation.

If you are in California, you can get your order held in reserve. If you live outside California, expect serious delays once everyone in California starts buying magazines.

Order your 10+ round magazines right now from Palmetto State Armory.

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