Criminals could gain a “tactical advantage” over law-abiding people if New Jersey limits magazines to 10 bullets, opponents of the state’s ban on high-capacity clips argued to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit on Tuesday.

Attorneys defending New Jersey’s ammunition control statute said the ban on high-volume magazines was a safety measure based on law enforcement statements that it would hinder shooters by requiring frequent replacement of clips.

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