Originally Posted by FernandoTheCommando
Pretty simple. Don't turn them in and don't register. If the registration lines in CT and NY were wrapped around the state house, then things may have wound up different. I'm not advocating anyone become a felon, but they can't prosecute hundreds of thousands of people who refuse a BS law made by fascists.
No, they could prosecute everyone who disobeys the law and gets caught if they are willing to accept the cost of all that time spent in court. I'm not advocating compliance with an unjust law, or noncompliance. just pointing out the facts.
I wonder where I would fall in this. I live in NY and PA due to a move over about a six month period. If I did own a firearm that could be misidentified as an "Assault Weapon", but it is at my house in PA, not in my possession at my NY home. I do possess it in this example, but it is not IN my possession within NY state. Do I have to register, or no? How do i handle the 5 year renewal of such registration? Am I in deep sh!t and up on charges if I let ti or my pistol permit lapse? (I'm turning in my Pistol Permit when I come back up to turn in my truck's plates, so in my case it will be a non-issue. Strictly theoretical folks.)
these laws always leave more questions than answers.
Is it better to do the right thing for the wrong reason, or to do the wrong thing for the right reason? If you do the wrong thing for the right reason, is it still the wrong thing?
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