New Jersey “High-Capacity” Magazine Ban Took Effect 9 Months Ago — Not a Single Magazine Has Been Turned In

Patti Sapone | NJ Advance Media for

Patti Sapone | NJ Advance Media for

By Dean Garrison

A New Jersey State Police spokesman said not a single large-capacity magazine has been turned in since the law went into effect nearly nine months ago. Residents can also bring them to their local police departments. Source

Well done New Jersey gun owners!

United We Stand!

There are about 1 million legal gun owners in the state of New Jersey.

In December of 2018, New Jersey passed a law to ban magazines that held more than 10 rounds.

When New Jersey’s ban on large-capacity gun magazines went into effect last December, it forced gun owners to make a decision.

Should they turn the magazines over to law enforcement? Should they modify them into compliance? Should they sell them to authorized owners or store them in another state?

Or simply ignore the law which banned magazines that have more than 10 rounds?

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There are about one million gun owners in the state, which translates into a huge number of magazines.

The penalties are rather severe if one gets caught in New Jersey with a magazine that holds 10 or more rounds.

Possession of a large-capacity magazine in New Jersey can result in up to 18 months in prison and a $10,000 fine.

So where are gun owners hiding their magazines?

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