LeRay man was accused of possessing high-capacity magazines

LeRay man was accused of possessing high-capacity magazines

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    So much for LE being on our side in NY.
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    Not LE's fault are they not following the law passed by your governor?

    I thought that there was a year's grace period or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tacman605 View Post
    Not LE's fault are they not following the law passed by your governor?

    I thought that there was a year's grace period or something?
    If I were law enforcement I would certainly consider looking the other way. Then again, I would never be living in NY, so what am I talking about!
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    And so it begins.........


    Quote Originally Posted by tacman605 View Post
    I thought that there was a year's grace period or something?
    I didn't read the law verbatim, but I thought the law outlawed them that instant..... but it 'allowed' a grace period to get rid of 'em &/or turn 'em in. I could be wrong....
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    Mags over ten rounds have been illegal in NY state for a long time, unless the mags were made prior to '94. The new law drops the limit to 7, and says that those pre-'94 mags must now be gotten rid of. You will still be able to possess post-'94 10 round mags, but you will only be allowed to put 7 rounds in them. Apparently this guy had post-'94 30 round mags, and those were illegal prior to these new laws.
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    A presumably peaceful, tax-paying citizen instantly and without cause turned into a felon by the stroke of governor Cuomo's pen! That should get everyone's immediate attention!
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    As stated in my post above: 30 round mags, as this man has been charged with possessing, have been illegal (with exception) since 1994. This is not an arrest under the new law, as far as I can tell.
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