There’s been a lot of news lately about how “ordinary citizens” don’t “need” “high capacity magazines”. Let’s get a few things straightened out first.
“Ordinary citizens” are people just like you and I. They have a job, they have a family, they have a mortgage (unless they’ve Dave Ramsey‘d their financial situation). They have as much right (and responsibility) to protect themselves and defend their family as anyone else does.
“Need” is a subjective word. You don’t “need” a sports car or a powerful truck. Rosa Parks didn’t “need” to sit in the front of that bus. Just because you don’t think someone “needs” something, doesn’t give you the right to tell them what they can or can’t have — nor can they tell you what you can or can’t have.
The “High Capacity Magazine” Fallacy
A “High Capacity Magazine” has no meaning. It’s a tactic used by some to scare others. Don’t fall for it. What we’re really talking about is “standard capacity” magazines. Some people just think they hold “too much”.
So, to combat that, MB Studios has come out with a PSA that very realistically portrays the consequence of what a 7-round “reduced capacity” (or “sitting duck capacity”) magazine will have on “ordinary citizens” like you and I.
I’ve got to warn you though, what you’re about to see may be controversial, and may be disturbing for some. Viewer discretion is advised.