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NY forgot to exempt LEOs from the new law

This is a discussion on NY forgot to exempt LEOs from the new law within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; It just serves to illustrate the incompetance of the lawmakers up there in New York. Most of us just thought they were stupid...now there is ...

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    It just serves to illustrate the incompetance of the lawmakers up there in New York.

    Most of us just thought they were stupid...now there is no doubt.
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    They were all moving so fast to get something pushed through, of course they royally screwed up. Can the goobernment do anything correctly when moving quickly?
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    Here's your sign,lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StripesDude View Post
    Can the goobernment do anything correctly when moving quickly?
    You think they do better when they move slow.....

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    Well I personally believe that the public and police should have access to the same type of arms.
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    I love the irony.
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    They'll re-write it and get the amended version passed by the end of the week.

    Think the Times has the nerve to report on this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgrass101 View Post
    Well I personally believe that the public and police should have access to the same type of arms.
    I was thinking at least the law abiding public and the criminals should have access to the same guns.
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    This is just too good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by high pockets View Post
    They'll re-write it and get the amended version passed by the end of the week.

    Think the Times has the nerve to report on this?
    doubt it, maybe the Post
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    When they passed a helmet law for motorcyclists in California it applied to 3 wheeled vehicles too. Many cities were unable to send out the fleet of parking meter monitors, and either had to buy helmets fast, or lose income waiting for a "patch" law that exempted 3 wheeled vehicles where the operator was enclosed and seat-belted. Don't any of these guys have someone to check their work?
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    Some where, the jihadi's are packing their bags and buying their tickets to New York, saying to themselves, "Ya know, those idiots who took down Mumbai really should've reconsidered."
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    Don't worry, Obama will just issue another executive order which will "clarify" that the law says whatever he wants it to say regardless of how it is written.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbiesdad View Post
    I've been there. You're not missing a lot.
    He may not be missing a lot, but I hear tell that their cops are missing a lot.
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    Just shows tah go how many of our voted in officials don't read these Bills before they vote on things.

    The way the new NY high capacity mag law is written though. If you have a mag that holds over 7-rounds...say it's a 30-round P-Mag and you only load 7-rounds into it then it is a legal-beagle!

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