NY act next step---REGISTRATION

Discussion in 'New York Gun Forum' started by jjfuller1, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. jjfuller1

    jjfuller1 New Member

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  2. CourtJester

    CourtJester Well-Known Member

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    Enacting new laws to make honest citizens criminals. So this is going to be the new American Way?
     

  3. Demo9mm

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    Then confiscation

    I need to comply with the law but know where its going. First registration, then confiscation
     
  4. kfox75

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    I'm choosing neither. I will move out of state well before the registration deadline. NY can kiss my white hairy azz! Have faith brother, the federal case is set to start later this month. i am leaving this state for more reasons than gun control, i am leaving for my daughter's future. there are better college choices and more police departments in the ares where my wife is applying for work. My daughter is planning on going into law enforcement, with my wife's and my full blessing, and my wife has gone to 5 interviews in 2 different school systems. it is time to move on.
     
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  5. vincent

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    That whole gun registration scheme failed in Canada for just that reason... hopefully NYer's will follow suit.

    I'll never understand how these people can take an idea that has been proven to fail like registration, that is illegal like registration, that does nothing to stop crime like registration and implement it thinking everyone will comply and that somehow, this time, it'll work. It's just beyond me...:confused:
     
  6. batjka

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    Just to point out, it's not registration in NY, it's CONFISCATION. Once you register your weapons, they become property of the state in your temporary possession. When you die the state will take them. You can't even leave them to your children per un SAFE act.
     
  7. bowhunter17

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    When will the NY "safe" act take effect?
     
  8. jjfuller1

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    it already has.. there are differnt dates for all of the different sections.

    you have untill 2014 to get mags and ammo with no checks i believe. also untill next year to register.

    but the mag limit is supposed to be in effect.. only 7 rounds. lol
     
  9. M1GARANDBING

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    I believe that the people republic of New York's dictator realizes that no guns really have 7 round mags and changed it back to 10 round magazines however you may only put 7 round in the mag unless your in the range
     
  10. kfox75

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    15 April on the registration, 15 January on the Ammo. Both are in full effect in 2014. Magazines must be permanently altered, destroyed, or sold to LEO, dealer, or out of state by 15 January, 2014. 7 round restriction kicks in on the 15th of this month. Hence, my planned exodus, which will include a cup of Kiss My Azz! for Gov. Cuomo.
     
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  11. M1GARANDBING

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    Guy! The magazine ban was lifted. If you have a 10 round magazine you could keep and use them, but only with seven rounds unless your at the range...
     
  12. gunsmoke11

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    It's amazing how many people are in a rush to register their AW's and get rid of their HC mags even though they have a year to do it with a slight possibility that this new law may be overturned, or at least changed to some extent. Registration will eventually be confiscation, but in the end they're taking it anyway. Are they suppose to be doing everyone a favor, or like a Judas goat just leading everyone into a trap that they won't be able to get out of? NYC has lots of practice in that and that's a fact. Gov. Pataki, a RINO republican, started the ball rolling with a ban in 2000, but grandfathered in those weapons and mags that were possessed before the fed ban without even being questioned by the cowardly republicans. The people were just thrilled to be able to keep what they had and didn't complain much either. The republicans have proven over and over again what rats they are. Who the hell is there to vote for during the next election?

    Doesn't it take a lot of nerve to force citizens basically to sign over their property to some dumb azz politicians who know nothing about guns? That's what it comes down to. Once registered it cannot be placed in anyone else's possession, or sold, but must be turned in and destroyed at their whim. In their minds this will eventually make those weapons as scarce as the dodo bird.

    All I can say to those in a rush to comply is to hurry up and bring your high priced AR's and AK's down and have those bayonet lugs ground off, barrel threads welded, folding stocks pinned, etc. to comply with this un-American anti 2nd Amendment law. Feel good knowing that eventually they will be taking them away as well.

    NY'ers are no longer citizens, but serfs existing in a serfdom and not even realizing it. One would have to be retarded not to see the example of the horrors that this is just the beginning of.

    Members of my family purchased homes in SC prior to this debacle and should be leaving this fascist state this summer. Looks like I'll be leaving my grand kids after I check it out down there as well. I can't believe those SOB's are making me do this! Damn it, I just got my house looking the way I wanted after 40 years. I just find it hard to imagine what it would be like to purchase the great things that have been available over the past 13 years that aren't permitted here.

    By the way, if anyone thinks the politicians, which included the republicans, did everyone a favor by giving the OK for 10rd mags, you had better think twice. What they actually did was help the fascists with their court case by making the ban more realistic, which it wasn't before with imaginary 7rd mags. They will allow them to be fully loaded at a range during competition, but when carried in the street, or even at home only 7rds will be permitted. The average home invasion involves 3 perps that are armed. I guess 7rds will be enough to stop them, especially if your name is Wes Hardin. Amazing how 10rds are more important for competition, but a no no when it comes tro possibly saving a life. These people must be on LSD.
     
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  13. Balota

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    What I can't believe is that anyone would actually comply.
     
  14. kfox75

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    You are partly correct M1. yes, the 7 round magazine thing was lifted, but the 7 round limit is still in place, which is what I said in my post. You still have one year to permanently modify or safely dispose of your over 10 rounders, including pre-bans. My question is this. If you can take the magazine apart to clean and service it, how can it ever be permanently modified?

    They had to amend the new law not only to "be real" about the capacity, but also because the morons in Albany never put exceptions for LEOs in the original act. Retired LEOs are held to the same rules as the civilian gun owners. IMHO, that is BS. With the number of early releases due to over crowding in our prison system, how many of the scumbags getting out would love to make a "social call" to said retirees? I wonder if the LT Gov. will surrender and register his "AW" and "high capacity" magazines from back when he was on the force. personally, I would bet on no.
     
  15. culdee

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    we were told this past week that the ban has not been lifted only that Cuomo said it was, the legislation stays the same unless new legislation is passed. This was from the sheriffs dept so if you have seen other wise please post a link or something. thanks
     
  16. M1GARANDBING

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    Wow now he's making us think you can have them then he sends his gushtapos to arrest us!
     
  17. Balota

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    That's exactly how it worked in Germany in the 1930s. Just sayin'
     
  18. M1GARANDBING

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    HELP!! We can't just watch this happen we need to do something about this and do it fast! It seems like the NRA forgot about New York next election may just be too late!!
     
  19. motorheadwayne

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    I saw it too...

    Yes, I saw on the news an "informal agreement" was struck to allow 10 rnd. mags as long as only 7 rnds were loaded. Now somehow that is supposed to make everything alright and we can all go back to loveing the Emporer Andy again? I think the putz Governor and Legislators should be loaded onto the next mission to Mars. They can start a new Marxist/Socialist colony there.
     
  20. Chainfire

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    There are no fences on the state lines, people can choose where they live. The people of a state have the right to govern themselves the way they see fit. If the citizens of New York, New Jersey, California, and the others want to experiment with Utopian, gun-free societies, so be it. We shall see how it works out for them.

    I am happy to not have to participate in it.....Southerner by the grace of God. :)