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 Carrying magazines greater than 10 rounds 
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10 or 100 not sure there is a good case against "too much" there is a great number of cases for too little.


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I carry Pistols from 8rd to 20 rd magazine capacity and it's not a consideration as to what i carry. As far as liability due to capacity?

Well, i suppose if you continue to pump rounds into a threat with a standard capacity Pistol after it has been neutralized, or then reload and dump more rounds into said threat, magazine capacity might be an issue.

If i feel so threatened that i have to use deadly force? How many rounds i expend to neutralize the threat depends on the situation.
I sure as hell want as many as i need, be it 1 or 20...and i prefer to have more than i "need" available.

Carry what's Legal, carry what you are comfortable with and Carry on. :thumbsup2:

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