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The Second Amendment Foundation and others filed a lawsuit Wednesday in federal court contending that the Massachusetts regulations on pistol “load indicators” are “unconstitutionally vague and ambiguous.”

If successful, the suit would bock the state attorney general Martha Coakley’s office from enforcing state regulations that prohibit sales of certain semi-automatic handguns that do not meet the Commonwealth’s standards. These standards, according to gun rights advocates, are the problem.

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