In the event of a "high-capacity" magazine ban, would you switch calibers?

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    First, it will not happen, so know I will not get rid of my autos. However, I have always preferred revolvers and my daily carry weapon is and S&W M642 so capacity doesn't really matter.

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    Re: In the event of a "high-capacity" magazine ban, would you switch calibers?

    My G33 has 9 round mags, but two are fitted with 2+ extensions. Have two high cap mags for my G22 but thats my HD gun now.

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    I carried a 1911 before all this B*S and I will carry one once they are through messing with US.
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    If at some point in the future the government subverts the Constitution by declaring that the personal property I have an inherent and unalienable Right to possess as stated in the 2nd amendment which I legally own today will somehow make me a criminal for continuing to possess it in the future, the government will have to argue their position in a court of law if they choose to charge me with possession of "banned" Arms.
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    My SR9c has a ten round mag. My S&W 620 357 has a 7 shot cylinder. My kimber has 8 shot mags. So I can still carry legally! My Remington 870 and my new H&K USP will stay at home. I did buy three 17 round mags for the Sr9c and five 15 round mags for my H&K though! I won't be turning those in for any reason!!
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