Gun magazine bill passes committee, on to Senate for vote

The bill survived on party lines, with three

The bill survived on party lines, with three Democrats in favor and two Republicans against. (Credit: News 12)

A bill restricting the number of bullets allowed in gun magazines made its way out of committee and appears to be headed to Gov. Chris Christie’s desk.

New Jersey currently caps gun magazine capacity at 15 rounds. The new bill lowers it to 10 and requires gun owners to dump their old magazines, as well as any guns that cannot be converted to the lower restriction.

Lawmakers on the state...

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