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Limiting hi-capatity magazine to 10 round will block almost 75% modern

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by efeng9622, Jan 16, 2013.

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  1. efeng9622

    efeng9622 Member

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    Handguns. How about the guns which we already have ? It is said NY’s plan asked people should “ treat “ it in one year , otherwise it will become illegal. How about President ‘s plan? Does anybody know that?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Mayo

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    President's plan for what? He cannot EO a limit on mags---he can only propose legislation to Congress. He could propose a 2 cap limit if he wants but nothing will pass so it doesn't matter.
     
  3. hang fire

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    Obama will pretty much do as he damn well pleases, while the LSM and antis will cheer him on for ever more such clap crap.
     
  4. Mayo

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    No, no, no he can't---he can only propose legislation on hi capacity and weapons bans.:banghead:
     
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    but why NY state can do that ? I haven't saw the NY 's detail.
     
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    We should know what he proposes in about an hour.....Besides, just how are they going to know you have a mag over 7 rounds. You can always keep one legal one to show the thugs when they come to your door. Be sure they have a search warrent with them and what the warrent says what they are looking for. In my case, I would hand them a shovel and tell them to have at it in the back yard. However, my back yard is 9 acres, wooded, and I live in Texas so it is a moot point for me....chris3
     
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    HAHAHA oh man, that made me chuckle.
     
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    I own 4 semi-auto pistols and none have a mag that'll hold more than 10 rounds, I didn't plan it that way I just bought guns I liked regardless of capacity
     
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    They compact?
     
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    2 are 2 aren't
     
  11. efeng9622

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    Are any kind of handguns over 10 round =high-grade, military-style assault weapons ? how about .22 or 9mm ? I understand it should be assacult military rifle not handgun.
    It is said 10 round limitation from 1994 assault weapon ban, but I recalled I saw a gun store sell Glock 17 and other modern handguns on beginning of 2004, at that time 1994 ban was still available.
    so , I mean 10 round should no be applied to handgun.
     
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    I believe there are 10-round magazines available for many of the handguns using so called high capacity mazines. Nothing is "banned" until it becomes law nationally.

    I suspect NY state law trumps Federal as it would be more restrictive.
     
  13. efeng9622

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    This plan is pretty rough and unfair in this point. You can buy a handgun which is .45 and 10 r. but you can't buy a .22 rifle which is just over 10r. which one can easily kill someone? so they need to create a lot of detail.
    If they want to ban , they need to concern caliber first.
     
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