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Benitez’s decision triggered a weeklong buying frenzy before he halted sales pending the outcome of a state appeal.
Thursday’s lawsuit was filed on behalf of three San Diego County men and the San Diego County Gun Owners Political Action Committee, The Union-Tribune reported.
The plaintiffs say they own legal rifles or pistols and want to use high-capacity magazines in them but can’t. Doing so, they say, would turn them into illegal assault weapons under California statutes, subject to confiscation.