Palmetto State Armory announced through their Facebook page that they will begin selling High Cap Mags to California. They have once again been deemed legal by a District Court in California, and can thankfully be called “standard capacity” magazines once more. This is the Press Release that they published on their Facebook page:
On March 29, 2019, the United States District Court for the Southern District of California held that California Penal Code Section 32310, which banned large capacity magazines, was unconstitutional and enjoined enforcement of that code section. Duncan V. Becerra, Case No.: 3:17-CV-17017-Ben (JLB), order granting plaintiffs’ motion for summary judgment, declaring California Penal Code § 32310 unconstitutional and enjoining enforcement (March 29, 2019).
As a result of this court order, Palmetto State Armory will accept orders for large capacity magazines from residents of the state of California. Please be patient as an increase in order volume is expected.
This is all great news for our friends behind enemy lines in California. They can once again join the ranks of the rest of us and know what it feels like to top off a magazine with more than 10 rounds! Palmetto State Armory being first to the magazine party in Cali will surely rake in a lot of sales with a lot of internet retailers soon to follow in their footsteps.
How long this will last though is anybody’s guess. This type of thing has happened before and it unfortunately does not take long before someone cries wolf, we can’t let people have high cap mags, and it all comes tumbling back down like a house of cards. Not to be a negative Nancy, but it happens all too often. What do you think though? Do you believe this is something we could see for a long time in California? Or do you believe it will be short lived? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.