Nate Woodward, manager of Sacramento Black Rifle, displays 9 mm pistol magazines at his Citrus Heights store last year. The 10-round magazine on the left side of the photo is the only one that will be legal to possess in California as of July 1, under a suite of new gun laws state voters and lawmakers passed last year.
Nate Woodward, manager of Sacramento Black Rifle, displays 9 mm pistol magazines at his Citrus Heights store last year. The 10-round magazine on the left side of the photo is the only one that will be legal to possess in California as of July 1, under a suite of new gun laws state voters and lawmakers passed last year. RANDY PENCH The Sacramento Bee file
Nate Woodward, manager of Sacramento Black Rifle, displays 9 mm pistol magazines at his Citrus Heights store last year. The 10-round magazine on the left side of the photo is the only one that will be legal to possess in California as of July 1, under a suite of new gun laws state voters and lawmakers passed last year. RANDY PENCH The Sacramento Bee file

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