"While some limit on magazines may be constitutionally permissible, one that falls below the capabilities of guns in common usage for self-defense is probably not. The most popular guns for self-defense take 15 or so rounds in their default configurations. Given the uncertain benefit of restricting magazine size, not to mention the tens of millions of "high capacity" magazines in circulation, something near that number may be a constitutional minimum."
They overlook the "Miller" decision which subjected sawed off shotguns to NFA and in effect said "we (civilians) can have what they (military) have".
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