what happens after your seventh defense shot?

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    You hope the criminal is honorable and has to reload too...good luck with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    Relax. I have my New York re-load:
    Attachment 66813
    That has one military characteristic! It has a handle grip thingy!
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    The politicians in Minnesota arent as stupid, so far. So Im keeping my 15 round death dispensers and even if they do pass a law, they can go pound sand.
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    Carry a 1911 and a few spares. Problem solved.

    Then watch Escape From New York.
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    I saw in a proposed AWB that if a gun shared just ONE characteristic with a military weapon it was designated as a AW and banned. Trying to think like a libtard, I started listing things out like "Barrel, trigger, striker, hammer..."
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    Since I do not live in NY anymore, I am not concerned. But if I did, I would still not be concerned. If the gun is in my home and bad guys come in, I am going to do whatever I can to protect my family. If that means breaking an idiotic law that goes against my 2a rights, so be it. I would rather be judged by 12 then carried by 6. Amen!

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    7 is the new 10 in New York. What a joke!
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    ...in the above scenario, I'd drop the mag and slip in one of my 3 spares...if the gun was down, I'd reach for my backup, carried 5" from my primary...either way, it wouldn't really cripple me...I was raised on the revolver...and the "New York Reload"...and I don't shoot like they do in New York!!!

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    Call time out.The thugs will give you one,right?

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    I read that you can still have a high cap mag in NY, it just can't be loaded with more than 7.

    Carry a BUG too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1MoreGoodGuy View Post
    Your government doesn't even want you to have 7 rounds.

    Soon it will be 5 rounds.

    Shortly after that it will be 3 rounds.

    Then it will be zero rounds.

    If you were a "good citizen" you wouldn't own guns.
    Scary thought, 1MoreGoodguy ! Let's hope it doesn't come to that....otherwise time to move.....to Panama!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1MoreGoodGuy View Post
    Your government doesn't even want you to have 7 rounds.

    Soon it will be 5 rounds.

    Shortly after that it will be 3 rounds.

    Then it will be zero rounds.

    If you were a "good citizen" you wouldn't own guns.
    Or, like Chris Rock says, bullets will be $5000 each.

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    So my 85 year-old Colt Woodsman .22 pistol is now not legal in New York because it has a 10-round magazine?

    No government should be able to dictate to Americans the ammunition capacity they are allowed to possess.

    That said, one should be able to materially influence a situation with 7 rounds. Many rely on "6 for sure" daily.
    “No possible rapidity of fire can atone for habitual carelessness of aim with the first shot.”

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    About the 3rd shot or so, you'll probably be thinking to yourself "I should have practiced more".
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    True enough but the bad guy(s) will have bought their own set of problems too.
    “No possible rapidity of fire can atone for habitual carelessness of aim with the first shot.”

    Theodore Roosevelt, The Wilderness Hunter, 1893

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