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WTS Glock 30 round magazine 30 rounds

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by Ace_Breaker, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Ace_Breaker

    Ace_Breaker

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    The title says it all. I'm clearing this out of the safe after not using it for about 18 years. It was loaded so maybe the spring is a little weak? I don't know if they make these all metal ones any more. It's made by USA mags. $30 obo shipped to places where it is legal to own. wptexas@msn.com



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  2. HighwayStarPP

    HighwayStarPP bang bang bang

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    what caliber glock is this for?
     
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  3. Ace_Breaker

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    Yikes! It's 9mm. Thanks for pointing that out!:embarassed:
     
  4. HighwayStarPP

    HighwayStarPP bang bang bang

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    np :) too bad i dont have a anything that firts that flavor :(
     
  5. 11B1P

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    I'll take it. Email sent.
     
  6. Ace_Breaker

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    New York is a no go as far as I'm concerned. Still for sale.
     
  7. Ace_Breaker

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    Can anyone with knowledge about the NY ban on hi caps inform me on this? I've owned this since around 91-92, can it be sold and shipped to New York legally since it's pre-ban?
     
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    I wouldent....

    As I understand it they cannot be transferred and you must have proof of purchase before the ban date... I may be wrong but that is how ive understood it.
     
  9. Ace_Breaker

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    Great, thanks. I don't think it's worth the hassle for $30 unless there was a definitive answer on it being ok.
     
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    You can ship it out of new york to any where that there is no mag cap ban that would be completly legal.
     
  11. moncoacp

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    It is perfectly legal in NY to own, use and possess a high capacity magazine as long at it was manufactured before 9/14/94. If you owned your mags before then, they are perfectly legal in NY and can be sold to anyone in that state. I will PM and email you with more.

    Penal Law Section 265. Definitions

    23. "Large capacity ammunition feeding device" means a magazine, belt,
    drum, feed strip, or similar device, manufactured after September
    thirteenth, nineteen hundred ninety-four, that has a capacity of, or
    that can be readily restored or converted to accept, more than ten
    rounds of ammunition; provided, however, that such term does not include
    an attached tubular device designed to accept, and capable of operating
    only with, .22 caliber rimfire ammunition.
     
  12. Davegrave

    Davegrave Dapper Dan

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    Look at the expert! I PM'd NYCDrew before I shipped mags to NY just to be safe. No one wants to get caught up in any of that craziness.

    So OP...go ahead and ship if you're sure of the manufacture date.
     
  13. 11B1P

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    So, will you sell it to me now?

    LOL
     
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    Yeah, you are wrong.
     
  15. moncoacp

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    Hi Davegrave, thanks again for our last very smooth transaction. I have purchased pre-bans in Indiana and Ohio. AR-15 pre-bans from Spokane, Washington. The two gun stores I frequent in NY have bins of pre-ban AK-47 and AR-15 mags for sale. Also the occasional Glock pre-ban. There is a thread somewhere on Glock Talk about how to tell the difference between pre and post ban Glock mags. It contains very useful pictures. I once purchased 6 magazines advertised as pre-ban and when they arrived, 4 were clearly pre-ban Glock magazines with the distinctive U and two were clearly post ban since they were marked Law Enforcement/Military Only. I simply took those to the Sheriff's Department and turned them in. No one asked me where I got them. Others in that position might well be advised to just take them apart and dispose of the offending part.

    Since the prohibition against hi-cap mags is a Penal Law crime, the burden is on the prosecution to prove that the magazine possessed by the individual is post ban. It is not a defense that the person possessing the magazine must prove.

    The only caveat in selling in NY is that these cannot be sold in New York City which has its own administrative law banning magazines greater than 5 rounds. That law does not include the exception for magazines made before 9/14/94. I suggest that anyone wishing more information go to http://www.nyfirearms.com/blog/ where there are many FFL's to answer this question and an excellent series of threads on "assault weapons" and high capacity magazines in NY.

    PS. I hope I have obtained at least a modicum of expertise in the law in my 30+ year career.
     
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