SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A judge has upheld San Francisco suburban city's ban on gun magazines that can hold more than 10 bullets, the second similar ruling from a federal court in less than a month.
U.S. District Judge Ron Whyte in San Jose, Calif., said Wednesday that Sunnyvale's ban on high-capacity magazines doesn't violate Second Amendment rights to own guns for self-defense.
Sunnyvale's ban goes into effect Thursday.
Another federal judge last month upheld San Francisco's high-capacity magazine ban on similar grounds.
The National Rifle Association filed lawsuits in both cities to overturn the bans, arguing they violate a seminal 2008 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that said every law-abiding citizen has a right to own a gun inside their homes for self-defense purposes.
NRA lawyer Chuck Michel said he would appeal both decisions.