Actually, the lawmen don’t confine that sentiment to the good governor. It seems safe to say they feel an equal amount of love for the Centennial State’s rights abrogating legislature, too. And they’re expressing those sentiments in the only way left to them — by suing the bastards in federal court. “The sheriffs, in a complaint filed today in federal court in Denver, said the ammunition law bans most magazines of any size in an attempt to prohibit those that can be converted to hold more than 15 rounds. They also alleged that compliance with the background checks will be practically impossible.” Joining the 54 sheriffs challenging HB1224 (mag cap) and HB1229 (background checks) are individuals and orgs as diverse as the Colorado Farm Bureau, the NRA the NSSF and Magpul. And the plaintiffs appear to he in good hands with lead attorney Dave Kopel of the Independence Institute. The first battle with likely be a motion for a preliminary injunction against the laws. Watch this space.