Democrats Plan to Introduce 'High Capacity' Gun Magazine Ban

Sideboob Gazette has the story.

House Democrats will introduce legislation to ban the production of high-capacity magazines on the first day of the next congressional session, the office of Rep. Diana DeGette (D-Colo.), one of the lawmakers sponsoring the bill, told The Huffington Post.

The Large Capacity Ammunition Feeding Device Act will mirror a failed bill introduced during the 112th Congress. Its authors hope that in the wake of the shooting deaths of 20 first grade students in Newtown, Conn., there will be heightened political urgency to act when it is reintroduced on Jan. 3.

There's little chance that Boehner, assuming he remains the speaker, lets this thing out for a vote. If he's toppled, his successor will be even less likely to allow it out for a vote.

While they're banning things, they may as well ban duct tape. The Newtown killer reportedly* "jungle taped" two magazines together to give himself increased capacity and reduce the time it takes to swap magazines. Reduce magazine capacities down, and people will just find a way around that. Or buy older, larger magazines at pawn shops and off of ebay.

*Supposing the media got that right.