Flash➜ UCSB Killer Elliot Rodger Used Legally Purchased Guns and Legal Limit Ammo
Mass murderer Elliot Rodger was using legally purchased guns and legal 10-round limit ammo during his killing spree.
California passed 10-round magazine capacity laws in 2013.
Elliot Rodger stabbed three roommates to death then shot three students dead at UCSB.
Hollywood Life reported:
Police found three handguns and 400 rounds of unused ammunition in Elliot Rodger‘s BMW after he went on a killing spree in Isla Vista, California. However, before he went on a shooting spree he brutally stabbed his three roommates, young students at the University of California: Santa Barbara.
Elliot Rodger’s Roommates Identified
On May 23, Elliot stabbed Cheng Yuan Hong, 20; George Chen, 19; and Weihan Wang, 20. They were all his roommates who were found dead with multiple stab wounds when police arrived.
The 22-year-0ld was living with them at the Independent Living Institute in Santa Barbara, according to CBS. According to the site, it “serves handicapped, developmentally delayed, and under-educated individuals in the areas of independent living, academics and vocational skills.”
Rodger’s guns and ammunition was all legally purchased.
The Truth About Guns reported:
The LA Times is now reporting that the three guns found in Elliot Rodger’s BMW were purchased legally. That means . . .
He’d jumped through all of the legal hoops – in California, no less — that “common sense” gun controllers have put in place. That, of course, includes background checks of which the NRA heartily approves.
Rodgers was using legal 10-round magazines during his killing spree.
Police recovered three 9-millimeter semiautomatic weapons along with dozens of loaded 10-round magazines from Rodger’s vehicle. According to Brown, all three weapons had been legally purchased and registered.
Rodger was found to have three legally purchased firearms along with 41 loaded magazines in his vehicle. The firearms were two Sig Sauer 9mm handguns 1 Glock 9mm handgun. All magazines used were California legal 10 round magazines.