The reeason I mention this is because by using the anti's terms you legitimize their argument. Your magazines are standard capacity
No, that is not true. Many weapons ship with two types of magazines, and the manufactures themselves (who are far from anti-gun) call the higher round count magazines "high capacity". The Browning "Hi-Power" was originally called such not because it fires a higher powered cartridge (it did not), but because of the high round count of its magazine, and this was long before the anti-gunners fixation on round count. I would bet if you looked into the matter, you would find that "high capacity" was used by shooters and the industry long before the anti-gunners got hold of the idea. I have been shooting for more than 30 years, and weapons like the Hi-Power and S&W 59 were called "high capacity" by me and other shooters long before the bans of the 1990s. Something has to exist before it can be banned. Nobody legitimizes the anti-gunners argument by calling something the name it has been called by everyone before the anti-gunner figured out a way to ban it.