Yea doesn't have to be semi-automatic, that is one of the AWB things, also it calls out belts specifically in the law sean:Perhaps you should also read the definition of "high capacity ammunition feeding device" because your description is technically incorrect.
A belt is also banned like magazines but unlike mags hard to probe it is a preban setup. A DA and his lawyers always have the upper hand. What round do you need the high capacity for?Can you get around the magazine capacity by using a belt feed since it technically wouldn't use a magazine?
.22 Rimmife tubular only.Also, tube-fed rimfires are excluded, I believe. If you're trying to skirt a 10-round limit, there's somewhere to start. And there's some big-bore rimfires, you're not limited just to .22s and smaller.
Or, of course, just do the easy and obvious thing and get some pre-bans.
I dream that it will be lifted forever...It basically says any feeding device that can feed more then 10 rounds at a time to a semi automatic weapon, this includes tubes and everything under the sun, so no unfortunately.
I keep hoping that by magic the ban laws will be lifted for just a day or so and then reinstated so that "Pre-Ban" is now anything made after 2012 XD, hey I can dream.
Oops! Guess that sort of leaves the 5mm and .17s in a bad situation.Yep, Darth is correct, .22 rimfire tubular devive only.
23. "Large capacity ammunition feeding device" means a magazine, belt, drum, feed strip, or similar device, manufactured after September thirteenth, nineteen hundred ninety-four, that has a capacity of, or that can be readily restored or converted to accept, more than ten rounds of ammunition; provided, however, that such term does not include an attached tubular device designed to accept, and capable of operating only with, .22 caliber rimfire ammunition.