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7 round magazines

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by fast ed, Jan 14, 2013.

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  1. fast ed

    fast ed

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    If new york passes the 7 round magazine law, does a magazine exist for the model 20
     
  2. 1-2man

    1-2man Part Time

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    10 MM only requires one round. :whistling:

    (I've never heard of a 7 round mag besides a 1911 (and micro compacts, etc..) :dunno: )
     

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  3. The NY pistol market is so small, I highly doubt any company will make an artificially low 7 round mag. Looks like 1911s, revolvers and some single stacks are what you'll be reduced too. I'm sure glad I moved from that stinkhole!
     
  4. cfrye11

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    That's for from true ny is only one of I think four stats that limit pistols to ten round mags and every manufacturer makes NY compliment mags. Why would they stop now if it changed to 7.

    molan labe
     

  5. Just load 7 rounds at a time :whistling:

    I'm sure a company will come out with magazine "blocks" that will only allow you to load X ammount of bullets...kinda like the Shotgun tube blocks for hunting...where it blocks off part of the tube so you can only load 1, 2, or 3 shells.
     
  6. Scrappy

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    Yeah all there strict gun laws and still high crime, who would of thought :yawn:
    NY SUX!
     
  7. MarkCO

    MarkCO Millennium Member CLM

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    This is heading off into the weeds. There is a forum for legal discussions here on GT.
     
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