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Topic - Bryan Miller
In New Jersey, the most stringent firearms laws in the country don’t satisfy the rabid activists there. They are pushing to lower the legal magazine size from 15 to 10.
Mr. Miller told NJ.com that he expected the leadership in the state Legislature to “get behind” the 10-round magazine limit and “the governor to see some sense."
"Nobody needs a 15-round ammunition magazine unless they are a domestic terrorist or a gangster," Mr. Miller claimed.