NRA Agrees To Restrict 30 Round M16 Guns To 28 Rounds By 2040

A major gun control measure was agreed to today by the National Rifle Association and it's employees, the Congress of the United States.


New legislation will see new guns sold being restricted to a magazine capacity of 28 rounds, down from 30 rounds.

The restrictions will begin in 2040.

"This is a common sense measure that will protect the American people," Speaker Paul Ryan said today.

"We've seen the damage that high capacity magazines can do and we believe this measure will reduce gun-related violence," Ryan added.