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Prove Magazine Ownership

Discussion in 'Legal' started by KenB22, Jan 24, 2013.

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  1. thump_rrr

    thump_rrr Member

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    They may not be serialized but Pmags are actually date stamped by month and year.
    If you look closely there is a clock with the 12 months on it.
    An arrow points to the month of manufacture and on either side there is 1 digit corresponding with the last 2 digits of the calendar year.
     
  2. beatledog7

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    If government wants your mags, they will take them. You have no rights once confiscation begins.
     
  3. kimbershot

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    charles krauthamer estimates that there have been 100 million high cap mags produced. the genie is out of the bottle--no way you can control or manage that. no way the gov. or legal community could police that, no way could they prosecute offenders--heck hardened criminals are getting early outs as there is not enough $$$ to keep them in jail.
     
  4. hrvster

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    Don't be so naive. The government puts the burden on you everyday. The mere fact that they can bring a case against you shifts the burden to you. Do you have the money to fight the charges? Do you have the internal fortitude?
     
  5. hAkron

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    Without getting of topic, what was the answer to the "Seattle - Dead of Alive?" question?
     
  6. gc70

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    Nobody did anything during the 1994 AWB because pre-ban mags were transferable. Post-ban mags were marked LE/GOV ONLY, so there was not much chance for confusion.

    With the current proposals, it would be illegal to transfer pre-new-ban mags. Legally, it might be a problem to explain if something came up where a person was found to have a gun purchased post-ban with pre-ban mags. Realistically, the government won't put any effort into searching for mag transfers. The easiest thing for the government is like the tobacco and alcohol signs in stores. Born after 1992 or 1995? If so, there would be a presumption that a person generally could not have legally purchased pre-ban pistol or rifle magazines, respectively. The government does not need to rush and put forth a lot of effort if it can eventually get the mags just by waiting.
     
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