Anti-Large Capacity Ammunition Feeding Device Act of 2007

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The Anti-Large Capacity Ammunition Feeding Device Act of 2007 (H.R.1859) [1], is a piece of U.S. gun control legislation introduced by Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.) on April 16, 2007, in response to the killings at Virginia Tech.
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The Anti-Large Capacity Ammunition Feeding Device Act of 2007 would reinstate and strengthen repealed criminal provisions prohibiting the possession or transfer of large capacity ammunition feeding devices (the assault weapons ban), except provisions exempting possession by an individual such as a gift offered upon retirement from service with a law enforcement agency.[2]


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