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If you want to buy an AR-15 and standard cap magazines, in Connecticut, do it before Wednesday April 3

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ah, i'm not too worried about the 1 feature assault weapons ban.

 

it's already being challenged in NY, and will get tossed by the courts.

 

we're just going to have to wait a few years.

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you can buy the mags all over the place, it's the ammo you have to worry about. CT better hope the Colt arms inc doesn't pull outta that ****ehole state for doing crap like this.

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you can buy the mags all over the place, it's the ammo you have to worry about. CT better hope the Colt arms inc doesn't pull outta that ****ehole state for doing crap like this.

 

nah, you can still buy ammo out of state. big deal, roadtrip to buy in bulk. it will suck not getting mail order ammo, but with prices being what they've been, many folks will just reload.

 

last week, colt defense gave me the impression they weren't going to move. they don't sell that much to NY or CT. Stag Arms, which is a larger operation, if you can believe it, will definitely move.

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Wonder if that will includes AR-15 parts as well. Couldn't you buy all the components and put one together.

 

The serial numbered part is the official "firearm" for fed forms purposes. So for an AR-15 if you own the lower receiver you own the weapon.

 

The lower on an AR is a single machined piece of aluminum (or plastic) that has no moving parts. It includes the magazine well and the cavity for the trigger/hammer group.

 

This is part of the overall stupidity of these "bans" of evil rifles. They key in on cosmetic features and physical characteristics, and yet the "gun" is the controlled part and has no evil cosmetic features (other than the vanilla "accepts detachable magazines"... and it can even be argued that since the AR lower does not technically have a mag latch/release button, it wont accept magazines either).

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The best part of the new biil is all grandfathered magazines have to be registered with the state police these people are focking nuts nobody is going to comply

 

The LEOs must be irritated over this... imagine the paperwork and headaches in "registering" magazines that have no ID marks or serial numbers.

 

Then there is the impossibility of enforcing anything over this... how can one prove anything?

 

In reality one would be registering one's SELF as an "owner of an evil magazine or two or three..." and not registering the magazine. Then if you are found in possession of one they check if YOU are registered, not the mag.

 

There is no such thing as "I registered my mag but it was lost... and that guy found it and it's ok for him to have it because the magazine is registered." Think it over.

 

People registration... thats the goal and they are getting it.

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Let me guess. These permits to buy ammo or long guns, and registrations of magazines will all be free, right? same with the classes required to be eligible for the permits?

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Let me guess. These permits to buy ammo or long guns, and registrations of magazines will all be free, right? same with the classes required to be eligible for the permits?

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Our neighbors in NJ and NY have lived without high capacity magazines for years.

 

With that said you can always move to PA if you desire 40 round mags and 100 round drums.

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Our neighbors in NJ and NY have lived without high capacity magazines for years.

 

With that said you can always move to PA if you desire 40 round mags and 100 round drums.

 

People in the UK have lived for years disarmed.

 

That being said, you did of course post something irrelevant to infringement of rights.

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Our neighbors in NJ and NY have lived without high capacity magazines for years.

 

With that said you can always move to PA if you desire 40 round mags and 100 round drums.

 

or let's flip this ...

 

wouldn't you like to move into NJ where the nanny state can manage you and yours in a way that's 'best' for everyone ?

 

because clearly NJ's liberal legislature knows exactly what's best for all NJ's fine residents

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