NYS man arrested

Discussion in 'New York Gun Forum' started by jjfuller1, Oct 16, 2013.

  1. jjfuller1

    jjfuller1 New Member

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    http://www.wivb.com/news/local/traffic-stop-leads-to-safe-act-arrest

    yes folks.. for having 3 bullets more than what other people think he needs to have. welcome to NYS now bend over!

    by far the best part of the story!

    Wojdan said, “It's our right to bare arms. It shouldn't be a 10-round limit. My magazine should have held 17. But they have taken away our rights and, they're trying to take away more day by day and I'm tired of it.”
     
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  2. DaughterofAres

    DaughterofAres New Member

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    The way I grew up... You only needed one! ;)
     

  3. orangello

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    You guys gotta get those fools like bloomerberg out of your state, or find someplace else to call home.

    There is property available in Mississippi. Open carry and car carry require no permit here; concealed carry requires a fairly easy-to-get permit. No mag capacity limits here.

    Run them out, or run out yourself.

    http://www.fsbotupelo.com/1201ClaytonAve.html Not my style, but how much would it cost in NYS ($237,000 in Tupelo, MS)?
     
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  4. longunner

    longunner New Member

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    I saw an article on Facebook about security guards getting arrested for having 2 extra rounds in :rolleyes: can't wait until I get outta here......
     
  5. longunner

    longunner New Member

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    Where I'm at that house would probably be between 700,000 and 900,000
     
  6. orangello

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    Tupelo has some local manufacturing, some nice parks in-town and a state park (with disc golf) right outside of town. I'm not sure if the community college is still good or not, but it isn't far to Ole Miss. Their Waffle House is top notch.

    Also, birthplace of Elvis. Just sayin. :D


    Might be a difference in gross wages, but probably not much difference in disposable income.
     
  7. wittmeba

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    I dont get this. Am I stupid? Even I can count to 10 or 7 which ever is needed.

    Why does someone plead "not guilty" when the new law clearly states 7 rounds and he had 10 in his gun? It is not about fighting the law but lets get serious about how we go to battle. He IS guilty and should plead that way.

    If the law needs to be changed it is a different battle.
     
  8. orangello

    orangello New Member

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    Can't he plead "not guilty" on the basis of some flaw in that law?
     
  9. nitestalker

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    The home of Elvis and a good waffle House. Now that is a Real Estate pitch I have never heard.:D
     
  10. JW357

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    If they get run out they would have to go somewhere! Kalifornia is bad enough, I don't want them here! And I doubt anyone else wants them either . . .
     
  11. orangello

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    :D Seems like a good place for them.
     
  12. JW357

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    I think they would work well in Mississippi.
     
  13. orangello

    orangello New Member

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    We got plenty of pine trees and rope for them, puhlintee!
    :p
     
  14. JW357

    JW357 New Member

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    They would make trees illegal before you tried anything.
     
  15. orangello

    orangello New Member

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    We have rivers too. :D
     
  16. JW357

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    Oh don't worry. They would quickly find a way to make anything you might use illegal.

    What, forcing someone to drown is already illegal?? Oh. Right. That's called murder. Well I guess we solved the "violence" problem in America. Just make it illegal!
     
  17. DeltaF

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    In order for the battle to go to the higher courts of appeal and the law to be ruled unconstitutional, the plea has to be not guilty.

    These cases are all going to be appealed no matter what the judge rules. One of them is very likely to make its way to the Supreme Court in the next few years. Hopefully they'll make the right decision.
     
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  18. Doc3402

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    That house makes me want to move. Great attention to detail throughout. I especially loved the diving board for the trampoline.
     
  19. jjfuller1

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    I will move when I find a good price on 100 or plus acres..... In the mean time I fight with and support all fellow NY'ers
     
  20. kfox75

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    That is only part of the answer, and one possible outcome. here is a link to the NYSP guide to enforcing the "SAFE" Act, which was released 5 days before the arrest. In the magazine laws section, it clearly states that if there is no other apparent breaking of the law, the police do not have the right to check the number of rounds in your magazine.

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/174855115/New-York-State-Police-SAFE-Act-Field-Guide

    Since the driver of the car was the person accused of a crime, and the passenger was not breaking any other law, the officer had no call to count the number of rounds in the magazine. Grounds for dismissal: Unlawful search and seizure.