Colorado Governor Hickenlooper has signed all three of the gun-control laws that landed on his desk. The first consequence will be the imminent departure of Magpul Industries from the state. From their FaceBook page:
We have said all along that based on the legal problems and uncertainties in the bill, as well as general principle, we will have no choice but to leave if the Governor signs this into law. We will start our transition out of the state almost immediately, and we will prioritize moving magazine manufacturing operations first.
The bill to which they're responding is HB 1224 [pdf], which bans all large-capacity magazines. As defined in the bill:
"Large-Capacity Magazine" means: a fixed or detachable magazine, box, drum, feed strip, or similar device capable of accepting, or that can be readily converted to accept, more than fifteen rounds of ammunition or more than five shotgun shells.
Pump shotguns are excepted so long as the tubular magazine does not exceed a capacity of 28 inches. That's a capacity of 8 3.5" shells. It's worth mentioning that Republican lawmakers tacitly accepted this as it doesn't ban "common shotguns."
The problem is, Colorado's ban on "high capacity" magazines bans all removable magazines.