More than 15 round magazines need to be in your possession as of the effective date (sometime this summer). Since most magazines have no date or number, not sure how you can identify which magazine, of your many, was a pre-July 2013 magazine versus an otherwise undated, identically looking magazine?I think I can answer this: Your magazines will be obviously pre-ban and legal if you are over thirty, white, clean cut, no priors, valid tags and insurance, polite to the officer, and sober. (And they're not trying to get you for something else at the time, in which case it will be used as a "piling on" charge by the prosecutor.)
Sunday, February 17, 2013
The grandfather conundrum...
With Colorado looking certain to get their 15-round mag limit passed, a poster on pistol-forum.com raised a question applicable to any state that has a magazine capacity limit and a grandfather exception for old mags: