And the government gets to determine what qualifies as ‘military-style’…

Via Independent Journal Review:

A federal appeals court in Maryland ruled Tuesday that semi-automatic rifles, commonly referred to as “military-style assault weapons,” are not protected under the Second Amendment.

The ruling came after the state’s so-called “assault weapons” ban was challenged on constitutional grounds. However, the court easily upheld the ban with a 10-4 vote.

Maryland’s gun ban also outlaws magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds.

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