After waiting to hear New Jersey Governor Chris Christie weigh in on the new magazine ban bill that would limit magazine capacity to 10 rounds, we now have some answers. Well, if you can call them answers.
The new NJ gun control bill would limit magazine capacity to 10 rounds instead of 15 and so far it looks like there will not be a grandfather clause, meaning gun owners who have magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds would either have to destroy them or turn them in.
Another measure address the transportation of firearms in the state, meant as an olive branch to gun owners, but with ambiguous language and a party-line refusal to hear pro-gun opinion on the matter, it’s not a win for gun owners.
During an interview with NJ 1015, Chris Christie fielded questions about the magazine gun ban bill. His reply? “When it comes to my desk I’ll make a decision.”
Christie would not even give his thoughts on restricting magazine capacity in the Garden State. His only reply was that he had to wait until he saw the bill on his desk before he made a decision.
If Christie wants to garner the support of gun owners in New Jersey and across the country, he is not doing a very good job of it. Instead of supporting our 2nd amendment rights, the governor has shown a pattern of restricting them.
By not speaking out against the problems that are deeply embedded in this magazine ban bill, Christie has already shown his support for it and lost the support from gun owners who are tired of gun control activists continuing their anti-gun agenda.
You don’t have to wait for the gun bills to hit Christie’s desk before you know what’s in them. You can check out all the details of the gun bills here with these links: Senate Bill 993 and Assembly Bill 2777.
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