Confiscation in San Francisco: Surrender gun mags over 10-rounds or go to jailPolice State USA
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA — The clock is ticking for citizens to surrender their lawfully purchased and owned gun magazines. By February, thousands of Bay-area gun owners are scheduled to be deemed criminals if they do not turn in their property to the police.