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Repeal NY assault weapons ban

Discussion in 'Tri State Glockers' started by egutzeit, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. egutzeit


    Jan 2, 2011

    Give your name, address, telephone #, etc. and say you want to be on the petition for the law suit that he is bringing pertaining to the constitutionality of the NY assault weapons ban. Maybe we could get the whole thing repealed. Spread the word.

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  2. egutzeit


    Jan 2, 2011
    Post if you've done it. Keep this post in the new posts position so people will see it and know about it.

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  3. egutzeit


    Jan 2, 2011
  4. John_NJ


    Jan 15, 2013
    I hope it works for you guys. NY really got screwed.....
  5. Tpr430


    Dec 31, 2012
  6. JDSTG58


    Feb 4, 2008
  7. clarson_75


    Mar 25, 2010
  8. zorba


    Jan 10, 2001
    Upstate NY, USA
    Now that NYS has a mag limit of 7 bullets, does anyone have any info. on if glock will be making/retrofitting 10 limit mags for NYS glock owners?
  9. Arc Angel

    Arc Angel Deus Vult!

    Sep 20, 2003
    Penn's Woods
    :crying: I feel very sorry for you guys! Andrew Cuomo and his political cronies really, 'put the stones' to you all. You would think that - BY NOW - legislators would realize that magazine capacity laws do absolutely nothing to stop crime. (I thought the '94 AWB proved this beyond any doubt?) :freak:
    Last edited: Mar 20, 2013
  10. Word is now Silver (Assembly leader) is pushing for a change to allow 10 round mags. Cuomo says he might agree but still wants law abiding citizens to only load 7.

    They've gotten a crap load of pressure on these issues. 51 out of 62 counties are against the new laws, and have signed resolutions condeming the NY SAFE act. NYC and LI are 7 counties in the anti-gunners' back pockets, of course. Albany county (capital) couldn't get a majority against the SAFE Act, but at least did some cross over party lines to sign a petition against the new laws. Westchester borders NYC and is sticking with NYC. That leaves 2 counties still debating it out.

    Virtually all the NYS Sheriffs are against the NY SAFE act, of course. They are supportive of the county resolutions against the new laws. Police chiefs in a couple big cities are still in step with Cuomo.

    Opinion polls each week show less and less support for Cuomo, although he still has a majority (thanks to NYC), he could lose that majority if we keep fighting, keep spreading the word, keep educating. The anti-gun politicians no longer have support in the Upstate districts. Even a LI senator (I think, and not assembly) appologized for his yes vote and is now in favor of a repeal. There has been a repeal introduced in the senate, but I don't know if it can pick up the votes.

    The strategy of the anti-gunners now seems to be to talk about changing the NY SAFE act with enough of what they are calling "technical amendents" to try and control the pro-gun outrage.

    On the legal front, there are a couple lawsuits coming up that have good chance for injunction. A 3rd lawsuit (that was first to be heard) is working on appeal, but probably won't win the complaint against Cuomo's message of necessity that waived the 3 day wait and snuck the NY SAFE act in the middle of the night. But the other 2 lawsuits are addressing more substantial areas of constitutional violations.

    I joined the NRA, have you yet?
  11. Sigobsessed

    Sigobsessed Ruggedly handsome

    Jan 16, 2012
    Rochester ny
    Well the 7 round limit went away for now hopefully the rest of this crap sandwich goes away soon! I have not heard of an arrest on a "safe act" violation that has been prosecuted yet. Only a very small number of people registered their so called assault weapons, I can't see this law lasting without enforcement or compliance!