The 30 sheriffs who signed onto the court filing this week — nearly half of all of them in Colorado — say people should be able to have the same magazines that police can have.
Another vote approving the bill is needed before it is sent back to the House, which has already approved it, to consider Senate amendments.
Montezuma, Custer, Otero and Fremont counties have also passed similar resolutions.
Montezuma, Custer and Fremont counties have passed resolutions to support their sheriffs not enforcing a state "red flag" gun control bill if it becomes law. Weld County may soon join them.
While similar, Democratic House Majority Leader Alec Garnett said the new bill won’t be a carbon copy of the proposal that failed in 2018.
Giffords became an advocate for stricter gun laws after she was shot 8 years ago at a political event in Tucson.
Many people responded to our discussion on guns with three Coloradans -- all with different perspectives -- to see if we could find some agreement on gun ownership.