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Old 01-15-2013, 11:51 PM   #81
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As manufacturers of "high capacity weapons of death", I demand all firearm manufacturers, currently producing weapons in New York, to leave the state.

Any company which manufactures weapons for the military, police, and a militarized police force at that, who can not produce for civilians. Has NO RIGHT, under the principal of the 2nd amendment to operate, or serve those agencies.

Otherwise they will NEVER SEE my business.

Imagine... Guns being made and sold to agencies...to be used on citizens...for buying and owning a product they manufactured for them.

That is criminal in my mind.

In fact, I strongly urge every gun manufacturer to stop servicing or selling arms to New York.

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As manufacturers of "high capacity weapons of death", I demand all firearm manufacturers, currently producing weapons in New York, to leave the state.

Any company which manufactures weapons for the military, police, and a militarized police force at that, who can not produce for civilians. Has NO RIGHT, under the principal of the 2nd amendment to operate, or serve those agencies.

Otherwise they will NEVER SEE my business.

Imagine... Guns being made and sold to agencies...to be used on citizens...for buying and owning a product they manufactured for them.

That is criminal in my mind.

In fact, I strongly urge every gun manufacturer to stop servicing or selling arms to New York.
i aggree. but how can we send this message to the companies and how do we find out which companies?

besides remington
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I'm also very curious as to how this will effect stripped or completed lowers as that is the "firearm". will they be made to be un completed or could one still buy any upper due to it being registered already? hmmm

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Here is the actual bill if anyone cares to try to decipher it, it's pretty difficult to read because it appears to mostly just modify statements in existing laws.
http://assembly.state.ny.us/leg/?default_fld=&bn=S02230&term=2013&Summary=Y&Text=Y

Anyone know when this bill actually takes effect? Usually they are not instant.

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It's great that the republicans will sell us out in order to say they passed a law that prevents gun owner's names from being published. My sister and her family bought a place in Bluffton SC as well as my elderly parents and they've been telling me to go down there too. It's hard to leave kids and grand kids, as well as friends, but sometimes leaving is the only choice. When their homes are sold this year they'll be gone from this hell hole. I wanted to leave years ago, but this legislation will be the final straw. Being retired LE I've always tried to obey the law, but registration will mean eventual confiscation and total ban of certain weapons like NYC did. This country is turning into three things, bi-lingual, bi-sexual and bi-polar.
I don't understand why any gun loving American would ever live north of Virginia to begin with. That's the most unfriendly territory ever for those that like not to be victims waiting on dial a prayer. I get lots of friends who have relocated from somewhere north of the Mason-Dixon line down here that ask me, how do you have so many guns with the registry? Um, cause we don't register guns down here. The south is gun friendly.
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I don't understand why any gun loving American would ever live north of Virginia to begin with. That's the most unfriendly territory ever for those that like not to be victims waiting on dial a prayer. I get lots of friends who have relocated from somewhere north of the Mason-Dixon line down here that ask me, how do you have so many guns with the registry? Um, cause we don't register guns down here. The south is gun friendly.
family, and the beauty. the country is quite pretty but ive had my fill i think. im ready for new sights.
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family, and the beauty. the country is quite pretty but ive had my fill i think. im ready for new sights.
Ever been to east Tn ? Decent gunlaws and getting better. Rivals anything I've seen in NY scenery wise. Economic growth and no state income tax. We would love to have you down here in North Miss. You can be the modern day Moses and lead the flock out of Pharohs reach.
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family, and the beauty. the country is quite pretty but ive had my fill i think. im ready for new sights.
if your contemplating VT I would suggest the Rutland area or further north in the Burlington area. Burlington actually weathered the recession quite well considering, seems like work stayed ahead of the jobless rates
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I don't understand why any gun loving American would ever live north of Virginia to begin with. That's the most unfriendly territory ever for those that like not to be victims waiting on dial a prayer. I get lots of friends who have relocated from somewhere north of the Mason-Dixon line down here that ask me, how do you have so many guns with the registry? Um, cause we don't register guns down here. The south is gun friendly.
Not so fast fella...last time I checked PA was one of the biggest pro gun states out there. We are truly a free state (for now)
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i aggree. but how can we send this message to the companies and how do we find out which companies?

besides remington
Freedom of Information Request to the Comptrollers ... they are the purse strings who procure and award all the Gov't contracts want to know who supplies the NYPD with firearms? ammunition? urban assault vehicles? Contact this office - http://www.comptroller.nyc.gov/

the same can be done for each and every county

I think NY firearms owners, the NRA, the GOA and the NYSRA need to lay down a heavy dose of boycott and demand that manufactures stand shoulder to shoulder with the people of NY
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