EIGHT Rounds ONLY, FL Folks Must Dispose ALL Other Mags By Oct1 Per Possible New Law

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  1. joeG26er

    joeG26er Millennium Number 1143 Millennium Member

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    What would you think if:

    Just passed into Law
    Magazines can be Eight Rounds ONLY, Florida Folks Must Dispose All Other Mags By Oct1 2018 or be guilty of a 3rd degree Felony
    no buybacks.

    Not really true, but the precedent has been set as Rick Scott signed into law the HB7026 that has banned a firearm accessory/device that was previously legal without any compensation.

    Some may say - that does not affect me, I only use a G26 / revolver / 1911.
    Well, NY just passed a law limiting magazine capacity to SEVEN rounds...don't know if they compensated or grandfathered existing mags or not...

    This is not a troll post - this is a wake up call and wondering if there are any constitutional lawyers that want to weigh in on this?
     
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    joeG26er Millennium Number 1143 Millennium Member

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    Do you by chance have a source for this new law?
     
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    Glock&KimberLady Morior Invictus

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    Source? I'm only seeing no under 21s can buy and no bump stock possession.

    edit: and three day waiting period to pick up purchases
     
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    Glock&KimberLady Morior Invictus

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    That reading comprehension though
     
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    njl Crusty Member

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    The subject is misleading / hypothetical "click bait".

    https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2018/7026/BillText/er/PDF

    The point is, if they can declare some piece of property illegal to own/sell/transfer, they can do it with something else next time. I really question the constitutionality of the bump stock portion of this (790.222). Question is, what idiot is going to be the test case? If you lose, you're a felon and can no longer own any guns :(
     
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    TAKE A DEEP BREATH EVERYONE. READ THE FIRST SENTENCE BELOW,from the OP.

     
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    even if something like that passed i wouldnt get rid of anything for them.

    if they want my mags they can come and try to take them, i wont hide, i wont run, i wont bury my guns. I will bury a lot of lead in the chests of anyone whos willing to try though.
     
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    Feel good law. It's the reason why they didn't scoop up all the hi-cap mags in 94. Lawyers are already salivating about the litigation. Be interesting to see how much the NRA gets into it. They've been talking big talk, time to spin up the attorneys and sue everyone.
     
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    Magazines can be Ten Rounds ONLY...
    (you missed this part> Not really true, but the precedent has been set...

    They Banned a previously legal item "bump stocks" without compensation
    and if we let this stand the way it's written
    later it will be:
    They Banned (name a legal firearm accessory that's "scary") without compensation

    And this is Exactly how they are going to go after Magazines Over 10 Rounds (or name any arbitrary number of rounds)

    Rubio is already on record for "considering" a high cap ban...

    Florida banned the AR15 for 15 minutes...
    http://thehill.com/homenews/state-w...ar-15-ban-for-15-minutes-before-rescinding-it
    narrowly rescinding it only when they KNEW their names were being recorded

    How would you feel if AR15's or Glocks or (insert scary weapon) were banned and without compensation?
     
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    joeG26er Millennium Number 1143 Millennium Member

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    @njl you hit the Nail on the HEAD!
     
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    Already can't own a mag that holds more than ten rounds in plenty of places. Thanks for showing up to the party. I wish some of these gun groups would have shown up in NY. My letters/e-mails/phone calls don't seem to make a difference. Maybe lawyers and money would.
     
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    When they declared bath salts illegal here did the state compensate people for the bath salts they had before they were declared illegal?
     
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    uhlawpup l'Italia s'è desta

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    Posting silly, incorrect, or misleading information only weakens your argument.

    The people of Florida know what they must do if they want to change the law that was actually enacted.
     
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    I stopped reading. Nice clickbait.
     
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    Dayum, we’ll be hearing about you on national news. Care to give your real name?
     
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    Deanster Cheese? CLM Millennium Member

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    I can't remember a dumber post on GT, which is a major accomplishment, given how long I've been here.

    You are just making random crap up, and claiming it's a 'just passed law'.

    You then go with 'not really true, but...'

    Sorry, you lose the internet today, sir.

    You're a senior member to me, which takes some doing, and that means you get a bit of respect. With that in mind I won't say several of the things that come to mind, but crikey, what the hell are you even thinking?
     
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    Moral: Don’t let liberal servile New York subjects invade your state.
     
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    joeG26er Millennium Number 1143 Millennium Member

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    I'd change your posting. Under the law that just passed it's illegal to make those statements...

    Section 17. Section 836.10, Florida Statutes, is amended to
    1364 read:
    1365 836.10 Written threats to kill, or do bodily injury, or
    1366 conduct a mass shooting or an act of terrorism; punishment.—Any
    1367 person who writes or composes and also sends or procures the
    1368 sending of any letter, inscribed communication, or electronic
    1369 communication, whether such letter or communication be signed or
    1370 anonymous, to any person, containing a threat to kill or to do
    1371 bodily injury to the person to whom such letter or communication
    1372 is sent, or a threat to kill or do bodily injury to any member
    1373 of the family of the person to whom such letter or communication
    1374 is sent, or any person who makes, posts, or transmits a threat
    1375 in a writing or other record, including an electronic record, to
    1376 conduct a mass shooting or an act of terrorism, in any manner
    1377 that would allow another person to view the threat, commits a
    1378 felony of the second degree
    , punishable as provided in s.
    1379 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.


    1984 here we come!

    (except machine guns are not going to be as cheap)