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Brownells California Magazine Update

California Magazine Update 8/28/2020

We’re is aware of the August 28th development in the Duncan v. Becerra case. We are currently in discussion with our legal team to better understand the rather complicated legal outcomes in this case as it relates to the transfer and possession of standard capacity magazines in the state of California.

Brownells, Inc. continues to accept standard capacity magazine orders from California customers; however, we are not currently shipping standard capacity magazines to California. Orders are being placed on a hold at this time pending the outcome of this case.

We’ll continue to provide updates to our customers with standard capacity magazines on order when we have more information to share.

As always, thank you for being a Brownells, Inc. customer and feel free to reach out if you have any questions!

Brownells, Inc.

11 Responses to “Brownells California Magazine Update”

  1. Will Rodriguez says:

    Take note folks!

    It’s not high-capacity magazines.

    It’s Standard Capacity Magazines.

    Well played gentlemen. Well played.

    • John Doe says:

      The phrase “”Any”-capacity magazines” confirms the antigunner’s fiction of “high capacity magazines”.

      After all, if there are “low capacity magazines”, or “standard capacity magazines”, obviously there are “high capacity magazines . . .

      We shouldn’t play the antigunner’s word games.

      • Daniel says:

        If a weapon is designed with a specifically sized magazine then arguably that is the “standard” sized magazine for that weapon. Anything over that would be high capacity and anything lower than that would be low capacity.

  2. Raul says:

    Thank goodness for Brownells here. I’ll up my purchases from them, standing apart to help out folks from CA. Bravo.

    • Brando says:

      This attitude is appreciated over the much more common vitriol and derision given to CA gun folks.

  3. Bill says:

    9th Circuit: “The magazine ban is unconstitutional.”
    Brownells: “This is very confusing to us. However we’ll continue to take your money and not ship anything.”

    • Yawnz says:

      Low-IQ take. They aren’t taking anyone’s money. Your account isn’t charged until your item ships. Even then, the ruling can still be appealed.

      • SSD says:

        This is where Bill comes back and says, “sorry, I didn’t know what I was talking about. Thanks for setting me straight.”

        Bill?

      • Geoff says:

        The nuances of the law are hard. Despite what twitter says, there’s some Latin words that mean stuff that have to come first.

      • Jeff says:

        Wrong. The card is charged when the order is confirmed, that could be days (weeks, months) before the item ships. I had to ask for a refund on my magazines. Yes, a REFUND. Meaning they took the money and did NOT ship anything.

        Hell, I have a small part that I ordered from Brownell’s and it has not shipped. Yet, the charge on my card has completely cleared.

        Now let’s see your even lower-IQ take on it.

        • iggy says:

          depends on the payment and inventory platform they use. im not saying Brownell is right or wrong, i dont care, but the middle-man payment and inventory platform companies have a lot to answer for as well. its entirely possible your cash is in the hands of a third party being used to play the stock market and not with Brownell at all.

          find out who that is and you will find where your money is, then you have someone to actually blame.