Nope, I've already shown you real world tests of how much time it takes to change a mag, here: http://www.sciforums.com/threads/a-gun-control-solution-perhaps.160629/page-26#post-3516828 It is not sufficient time to realize there's an opportunity and act. So you either ignored that demonstration or you're lying. If your argument relied on reload time, then you were just wrong. It is too short for a prepared shooter, but not for an unsuspecting defender who is likely under more stress. I've already quoted the guy who stopped the shooter admitting he didn't know if is was a reload or a jam, here: http://www.sciforums.com/threads/a-gun-control-solution-perhaps.160629/page-26#post-3516863 You make a lot of noise, and few supported arguments. Oo, oo, oo! Modular design isn't the same as "designed to be modified" for "rapid fire." That something can be done doesn't mean the platform was designed to do so. Just ask the California politicians who keep being thwarted by Ar-15 innovations. Again, you're hoisted by your own ignorance. Who? Where? In a "legal challenge?"