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Zero People Comply With New Jersey’s Crazy New Gun Ban

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"ITS THE POLICE, OPEN UP!"

What if you threw a gun ban and nobody came?

New Jersey’s new ban on “large capacity magazines” took effect on December 11, 2018… but nearly a month later, not a single person has surrendered their magazines to law enforcement, which is mandatory under law.

The new law prohibits anyone in the state–including off-duty police officers–from carrying a magazine that holds more than 10 rounds.

Under the new law, any New Jersey resident who currently owns a “large capacity magazine” was required to surrender it to law enforcement, modify it to reduce capacity, destroy it, or sell it to a licensed dealer.

Failing to do so will result in a fourth-degree felony conviction–punishable by a hefty fine and a prison sentence of up to 18 months.

But despite the harsh sentence for owning one, according to the New Jersey Staete Police they have yet to have a single person in the state of New Jersey turn in their magazine.

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They, of course, don’t have statistics on how many citizens may have modified or destroyed their magazines.

Currently, it’s estimated that there are more than ten million newly-illegal magazines in the state of New Jersey.

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