Originally Posted by clancy
I know a guy who was arrested with a 30 round mag for his AK. He was convicted and is doing jail time for it. It doesn't have to go to the Supreme Court. I don't think they would even consider it.
Somehow I was under the impression that NY had allowed mags as large as 30 rounds to be grandfathered in the past. Did he get charged with owning a nongrandfathered mag?
This would make me wonder how they would know for sure if it was grandfathered or not since there is no date stamping on surplus mags like he is charged with. A tapco mag sure it would be pretty obvious but a surplus mag no way to tell since most of them were made before 1994.