The anti-gunners in San Francisco are at it again...
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced a settlement this week with several Internet retailers halting sales of what he says are illegal high-capacity magazines to Californians.
The city and five retailers located outside of California agreed to a settlement that institutes a 10-year injunction banning the companies from selling or advertising magazine repair kits in the state, as well as splitting $22,500 in costs incurred in the investigation by Herrera’s office.
With each company, Herrera argued their kits are nothing but disassembled magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammo and could easily be reassembled in violation of state law.
“Californians have spoken clearly. We don’t want these weapons in our communities,” Herrera said in a statement. “I have zero tolerance for gun sellers who try to skirt the law, and we will bring statewide enforcement action when needed. I’m glad we were able to get a tough, enforceable court order against these companies that were flouting the law.”
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