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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by JDSTG58, Jan 19, 2013.
Yes , was thinking of the city where you would need it most, lol.
I think John Carpenter was a visionary in regards to NYC...
Easy. Use 15rd mags instead of the 10rd mags your using now. If you get arrested take it all the way to the SCOTUS! It's time law abiding Americans take a stand to these limp wristed head in the sand no good pieces of ****!
What happens when you get caught packing a S&W 627 Pro 8 shot .357? Gotta carry it with an empty under the hammer I guess.
carry 2 10 rd magazines and 1 empty!
How does the law read? If it say magazine then I guess the cylinder of the revolver would not be illegal?
Which is the whole idea behind gun control to start with, especially in the PRNY from the begining. Their draconian Stalinist Sullivan Act was to protect the criminals who were complaining to city government about armed citizens.
How such foolery gets voted in for so long is unimaginable to me but the vast majority of the people in the world cannot live w/o someone's boot heel firmly implanted on their necks and their faces in the muck.
Like others, I will not spend a dime or vacation in ANY state that is known as a people's republic. EVER.
My condolences to everyone stuck there for whatever reason. Many have stated how they love their state's scenery, mountains, snowmobiling, etc. I myself would not live there if I was given a place to live and I lived tax free.
I despise how a certain group, drunk with power, has destroyed so much freedom in our counry, yet still have the audacity to wave their flags and sing the national anthem. They are traitors, and those who vote for them are traitors.
May hell be paid.
They are NY Nazis and commie libs. You surely didn't expect them to make sense did you? They want you helpless and dependent. Just like their forefathers were in Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia.
"Liberalisim is a mental disorder."
I myself believe liberalisim to be satanic blindness, but the end result is the same. The innocent will suffer, and the guilty will be rewarded and set free.....for now.
Dr. Jack Hyles
I would carry a Glock 36 without a doubt!!
I haven't seen any lawyer or official information about that question, so I'm not sure if anyone knows.
I joined the NRA, have you yet?
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.
I live in NY its just bull. Everywhere you go little old ladys are pissed about this gun law. I mean it. They are just not telling the side of the gun owners very well. All you keep hearing is the poor children. Well obummer gets THOUSANDS of guards today to protect him being swarn in. THOUSANDS. Your kids cant get one. And NY is safer with less guns and less bullets in clips. All I can say is you would not drive accross the world to see the wonders and sit in your car. That said I am thinking of trading off my 37 for a 39.
Option 2: Don't be a sissy.
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.
That I can't answer. Google the Middletown Record, it is in it's archives, maybe 6-8 months ago, in the town of Monticello, NY.
Maybe the way to get around the 7 round law and carry "high capacity
found it and it does not say either way
Published: 9:54 AM - 03/15/12
Last updated: 10:00 AM - 03/15/12
MONTICELLO - Police recovered an assault rifle and illegal magazines and charged a Monticello man with two felonies after responding Tuesday to a shots fired call off Park Avenue in the village.
Elliot Hernandez, 35, was charged with two counts of felony possession of a weapon, after police found him and two other men around 5:45 p.m. in a fenced property belonging to the water department. People had reported hearing several shots fired in the area.
Police recovered a .30 caliber semi-automatic assault weapon with a pistol grip, collapsing stock and a 10-round detachable magazine. It met the criteria for an illegal assault weapon, Acting Chief Mark Johnstone said. Police also recovered a second rifle with two illegal 30-round large capacity magazines chambered for .308 caliber bullets. Hernandez, Tieri Gilmore, 30, and Miguel Custodio, 28, were all charged with misdemeanor criminal trespass.
Hernandez was also charged with a violation in the discharge of a weapon. He was taken to the Sullivan County Jail on $3,000 cash bail.
Hopefully he was abiding by the seven round limit but I think not.