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New York Gun Felons Better Run and Hide-Gov. Cuomo Has Your Number

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by bushmaster1313, Jan 20, 2013.

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  1. HankR

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    According to the part of the law that I read, you can have 7 in the mag. This implies that if you take an 8 round 1911 mag, load 8, insert the mag and drop the slide you have committed a crime. If you load 7 or less, insert the mag, drop the slide, then remove the mag and top it off to 7 (not 8) you are okey-dokey. So, two identical guns in two identical states of charge, one criminally arrived at, the other legit. See, it makes perfect sense.
    I think that New York had their own AWB that did not sunset when the 1994 ban did. So, any mag with greater than 10 round capacity made after 1994 is already illegal there. I haven't bought many mags since the boating accident, but suspect that they stopped stamping "for law enforcement only" on them after 2004, so in most of the world it would be hard to prove for certain mags, but in New York it won't matter in a month, any standard cap mag (over 10) will be verboten.
     
  2. ball3006

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    I forgot all pistols are registered in NY. All they have to do is look the mfg by serial number or registration date....duh.....Forgive me, I live in Texas......chris3
     
  3. Fred_G

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    OH just wow.
     
  4. blkbrd666

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    ...and annoying.
     

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  5. Fred_G

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    OOps.
     
  6. Fred_G

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    OOps, Now that is an ammo clip... :0
     
  7. Kiln

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    Hide your now illegal magazines in the same place you hide your non compliant sized sodas.
     
  8. justice06rr

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    These NY laws will finally solve all gun-related crimes in NY!

    New Yorkers can finally sleep soundly at night, and walk confidently down dark alleys
    ROFL
     
  9. 12131

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    As far as I'm concerned, Cuomo = friend of criminals.
     
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    If the gun had the capability to hold more than 10. i.e. Glock 17, High Power, 92FS etc, etc. etc. They came with high capacity magazines prior to 1994. They were grandfathered in, but now illegal
     
  11. dickz

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    Dear New Yorkers,
    Please send me all your illegal mags and I will store them for you free of charge. When they repeal the new law I will send them back. :)
     
  12. 22-rimfire

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    The law is nearly un-enforceable. A criminal is not going to pay much attention to this law any more than most other laws that don't suit his purposes.
     
  13. matt 7mm

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    I would like to see the southeast corner of new york split of from the rest of the state and form its own state so that western and northern ny could have normal laws and taxes.All the idiotic morons in NYC that want to be under complete care and control of the state could have there way and the rest of the state would not have to suffer
     
  14. tarakian

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    They bill they passed did not exempt law enforcement. Once this was noticed, an official statement was made that law enforcement was again exempted from following the law.

    Unfortunately, in New York the tail wags the dog. Our laws are driven by the politicians in NYC and it's surrounding areas. I can't even call them liberals, because a true liberal is accepting of other peoples rights and beliefs. Not a single politician from my area voted for this abomination, so everyone please understand that NY and NYC are not the same thing.
     
  15. USSR

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    Hear, Hear!!!

    Don
     
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    The 5 buroughs are causing all the trouble for the rest of the state;& they have the nerve to call it the "freedom tower";all they need now is a giant swastika on the top if it in red, white & blue....
     
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    I heard a rumor that New York will ban any gas tank that hold over 10 gallons of gas. Those of you who already have cars with 10 gallon gas tanks will be grandfathered in ,but you will only be allowed to put 7 gallons in the tank.

    New York City will have it own rules and will limit the gallons to 5 in the tank once you enter the city. Bloomberg and the state say to you :neener:

    I have been looking at murder rates for a few states and have come to this conclusion. Take Milwaukee Wisconsin's murders out of the statistics and the rest of the state looks pretty peaceful. Do the same for NYC or Chicago or most any big city and you will see where the real problem is. IMHO
     
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