I feel safer already.

I feel safer already.

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    Thumbs down I feel safer already.

    When the clock hits midnight tonight all my worries about gun violence are finally over.

    At the stroke of twelve I will just remove 3 rounds from all my 10 round magazines (I guess having had them already restricted to 10 rounds didn't do the job) and gun violence in my State will be finally ended.

    No more worries about home invasions or multiple bad guys attempting to do me serious bodily harm.

    You just don't know how safe I now feel in Cuomotopia. I just wonder how many accidental discharges will occur and how many injuries or deaths will happen when we start getting our magazines inspected during routine traffic stops. Oh well I guess every LEO will know how to handle every type of handgun platform and be able to safely remove the magazine and count out the cartridges while standing on the side of the road.

    Hmm...

    Do I pull out my pistol for inspection while still wearing my seatbelt?
    Do I get out of the car and pull my pistol from its holster for inspection?
    Do I assume the position while the officer pulls my pistol from its holster?
    Do I get my pistol back with an empty magazine and one still in the pipe?
    Do I get my pistol back with a handful of cartridges?
    Do I reload and reholster before I leave the scene?
    Do I drive away with a one shot pistol in my holster?

    Is having a legally owned pistol safely secured in my holster reason for a traffic stop to become a Stop, Frisk and Examine police action?

    I am sure not every LEO is thrilled with this NY Safe Act.

    No problem, just a few thoughts on what some consider to be "COMMON SENSE GUN CONTROL."

    bosco

    Maybe a NYC reload might be a good idea, but then I'd have two pistols to be inspected....


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    Quit being such a pessimist, you know Nanny Andy knows what's best for you, and besides, "It's for the Children".

    Just curious. I remember when passed there were no exemptions in the law. Has the law been changed, or are the police still limited to 7 rounds also?
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Just curious. I remember when passed there were no exemptions in the law. Has the law been changed, or are the police still limited to 7 rounds also?
    From what I understand LEO can continue to use their issued magazines.

    EVEN BETTER. The law has also exempted all prop guns used by the movie industry. And we all know that a full auto machine gun or submachine gun firing blanks with a gas restrictor on the barrel is not a real gun... DON'T we?????????????????

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    Well it would make sense to exempt Hollywierd from the rules. After all, they are "Experts" in the safe use of guns.

    As to the police, I know they were upset when they saw the law that was passed, that they weren't exempt from the 7 round magazine rule. I hadn't seen anything that said it had been changed to exempt them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Well it would make sense to exempt Hollywierd from the rules. After all, they are "Experts" in the safe use of guns.

    As to the police, I know they were upset when they saw the law that was passed, that they weren't exempt from the 7 round magazine rule. I hadn't seen anything that said it had been changed to exempt them.
    The following is a direct quote from the NY SAFE ACT website:

    "Law Enforcement Exemptions
    The SAFE Act ensures that the men and women serving in law enforcement are able to carry out their duties. Law enforcement will continue to be able to possess assault weapons and high capacity magazines in order to protect New Yorkers. Law enforcement will also be able to possess those weapons and magazines where they are needed without limitation. Retired law enforcement will be subject to the same exemptions under federal law that existed before the SAFE Act."

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    I know that I feel so much safer now that my rights are being infringed . Seven in the mag is a joke. Can't wait to see what happens in court.

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    1911 owners across New York now have a new reason to be smug

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    To show how vague Cuomo and his group of anti-gun legislators can be, look at this part of the LEO exemption statement:

    "Law Enforcement Exemptions
    The SAFE Act ensures that the men and women serving in law enforcement are able to carry out their duties. Retired law enforcement will be subject to the same exemptions under federal law that existed before the SAFE Act."

    Will retired LEO (even if covered under LEOSA) be restricted by the 7 round magazine limit?

    bosco

    Looks like a yes to me.

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    As someone else stated on another thread, all the other states accept oppressed refugees.
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    IMO.....some need to take this situation and the one in PA with all the cancelled resaprosity agreements more seriously and stop the joking.
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    Do you have to pay rent to Bloomberg to live in NY, or just bow when he walks by.
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    I feel safer already.
    Rest secure with the knowledge that your state has taken *meaningful action* by enacting *common sense measures* to curb gun violence. Your children are safe at last.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xXxplosive View Post
    IMO.....some need to take this situation and the one in PA with all the cancelled resaprosity agreements more seriously and stop the joking.
    This is so true.

    With the increase in government entitlements and the growth of a non-thinking voting public our rights are at the whim of elected officials. Elected by morons who will vote for anything or anyone just to keep the checks and benefits rolling in each month.

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    COMMON SENSE GUN CONTROL. Will be when no one has any kind of fire arm. The Election NOV 6th make sure it was just a matter of time.
    If you think this is over your kidding yourself just like when you voted of these people

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    My condolences, all you oppressed folks in NY, CT and elsewhere.


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