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New York Passed a Gun Control Law So They Could See What Was in It

Individualrights1st Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 10:33 AM
I'm not a gun expert but I know even the most inexpensive Ruger .22 rifle comes standard with a 10 round (drum? barrel?)magazine. Can you even get a smaller magazine? If not then wouldn't these rifles be junk or illegal unless you can sell them on the black market to someone who doesn't care.
thom112 Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 10:41 AM
I think your way ahead of yourself.
Georgetwin-In-Pa Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 10:37 AM
In EVERY small town, there is SOMEBODY with the necessary tools to make clips/magazines.

My brother has already been asked about it.
alphonsejones Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 10:43 AM
I looked at a magazine and learned they were manufactured in Italy. Guess the hussein plans on checking every cargo container coming to America

Since he is now telling the imbeciles that high capacity magazines are a greater threat then the possibility the muzzies might be smuggling in bombs or chemical weapons

Besides, there is nothing to prevent citizens from owning such magazines and concealing them until needed

Earlier this week, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo rushed to sign sweeping and extremely restrictive gun control legislation into law. Negotiations were made behind closed doors in the middle of the night, debate was rushed, public input was ignored and the votes were taken. The legislation that was passed only allows New York residents to carry seven bullets in a maximum ten round magazine at a time and requires gun registration. The problem? Cuomo didn't read the bill and failed to notice legislators forgot to exempt law enforcement.

A troubling oversight has been found within New York...