On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit published a decision in Kolbe v. Hogan, a case in which plaintiffs challenged the constitutionality of Maryland’s Firearms Safety Act of 2013.

Operatively, the FSA bans what the court refers to as “military-style rifles and shotguns” and detachable magazines having a capacity of more than 10 rounds of ammunition. Violating the FSA carries a penalty of three years’ imprisonment and maximum fine of up to $5,000, with more severe penalties if a prohibited weapon is used in the commission of a felony.

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