Now introduced in New York State as well. This one also has no grandfathering, just a blanket ban on possession. As I mentioned before, these bans are absolutely useless, because you’re essentially talking about banning a box with a spring. Jilted at the federal level, our opponents are resorting to pushing in the few state legislatures that will actually still listen to them.
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“As I mentioned before, these bans are absolutely useless, because youâ€™re essentially talking about banning a box with a spring. ”
It’s extremely useful, think of the increased revenues for the government and prison industries.
If only a few large states ban normcaps, it might just be enough of the marketshare to compel manufacturers to discontinue some models in favor of single stacks, “pocket rockets”, etc.
What a bunch of nonsense. NY already has a high-cap mag ban! The sole situation this bill would affect is that of the person who, not already lawfully owning high-caps, buys high-caps manufactured before 1994 at gigantically high prices.
Are we to believe that 17 year-old magazines are such a scourge that New York’s legislature should take up this issue rather than fixing their horrendously broken state?
Stupid Maryland already has a stupid 20 round limit, and now there’s a stupid proposition to further restrict it to a stupid 10 rounds.
Maryland is dumb.
Funny how any concessions made at the time of a new gun law turns into a â€œglaring loopholeâ€ later. And we are supposed to accept HR308 because we can keep the magazines we currently have?
“Stupid Maryland already has a stupid 20 round limit, and now thereâ€™s a stupid proposition to further restrict it to a stupid 10 rounds.”
Markie Marxist sez: “Exactly! Once we Marxists get a restriction in place, we can ratchet down the number over time. 10 rounds today, 6 rounds tomorrow, one round next week, zero next month. We commies are pretty clever like that, aren’t we?”
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