Re: Assualt weapons ban near death!
Basically nothing in terms of what can be sold, but companies can manufacture and sell guns that are banned (essentially anything that looks like a military weapon, has a bayonett or is intended to hold in excess of 10 rounds) and the magazines over 10 rounds for those guns. No effect on the weapon themselves, except perhaps some more assault-rifle looking guns, but a reduced cost for buyers of those sort of weapons and mags.
Oh, and maybe if we ask real nice H&K will make some UMP clones with 25 round magazines. Mmm.