|Frangas non Flectes|
No. Don’t give ‘em anything. Not one goddamned magazine. They’ll know you had them to begin with, they’ll point to “X many turned in,” and then they’ll come back with an illegal search warrant to be executed by a SWAT team. No. Don’t give them anything.
They’re going to keep trying this bullshit in spite of Breuer and the SC kicking back California’s mag ban. Don’t comply to any degree!
I believe in the 25th amendment.
|Ugly Bag of|
I think today is a great day to buy more magazines.
Imagine if nationwide a zillion more magazines were purchased!
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"This magazine is designed for use with AR rifles. The AR-15 and SR-25 rifles are the main rifles that this magazine would work best with, and also look best with."
Uh... Good luck using .223/5.56 AR15 magazines like that in your 7.62/.308 SR-25 rifle.
| Get my pies|
outta the oven!
Just texted a friend from DE about this and he said it sucks bad but he's grandfathered in or something right now as he has his CCW? But he said this new law also prevents him from buying an AR or an AK going forward? WTF!
|Little ray |
I assume this law has been challenged. Does anyone know?
And fuck Delaware.
The fish is mute, expressionless. The fish doesn't think because the fish knows everything.
The state that lays claim to Biden. Must be something in the water.
End of Earth: 2 Miles
Upper Peninsula: 4 Miles
My original Seymour 30-round mags for the M1 Carbine are bringing over $100 regularly on GB. I'm thinking that it would be fun to hit them with an injunction barring enforcement until they pay my "fair market value" plus legal fees and court costs.
How hard would it be for Delaware owners to collect written purchase offers from each other, all for several times the state's offer of "fair market value"? Tie them up in the courts for several years, force the powers that be to go back to the state legislature for additional funding, run the budgeted costs up by a factor of 10 or 20. A few hundred like-minded gun owners pool their funds and retain a hot rod young lawyer who wants lots of press coverage from taking on the Big State. A quick and simple not-for-profit corporation to manage the funding of hundreds or thousands of "takings" lawsuits, shouldn't be too much of a stretch to demand punitive damages based on a huge disparity between what the State calls "fair market value" and actual market value.
Meanwhile, as the new law is being implemented and the resistance is building the "fair market value" will increase several fold. Remember the Clinton AWB of the early 1990s, when Ruger Mini-14 rifles went from $189 at WalMart to over $600, and pre-ban mags tripled and quadrupled in value.
With a million or more gun owners it shouldn't be terribly difficult to organize a few thousand willing to pitch in to support the cause.
Just the way my mind works. Peaceful civil disobedience while using government courts to block government excess.
Retired holster maker.
Retired police chief.
Formerly Sergeant, US Army Airborne Infantry, Pathfinders
Firearms Policy Coalition is usually has a challenge filed within a week of these. I've been traveling for work this month so, haven't looked it up.
I believe that there are several magazine capacity cases due before the USSC. I would think someone in DE could get an injunction that prevents this law from going into force until those cases are settled.
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|Get Off My Lawn|
The NRA-ILA amended its suit against Delaware on their AWB to include the magazine ban.
"I’m not going to read Time Magazine, I’m not going to read Newsweek, I’m not going to read any of these magazines; I mean, because they have too much to lose by printing the truth"- Bob Dylan, 1965
Damn, lost them all in the boating accident.
"I am not far right, just right so far!"
Pretty sure the point wasn't to actually use them, but to punk the system by turning in $4 magazines for a $15 reimbursement, bring in 1000 mags, $4000 cost, get a $15,000 check...
|Spread the Disease|
They can eat my ass.
I’ll even provide the spoon.
-- Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past me I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain. --
Allow this to establish a precedent and it will migrate to other States eventually. That’s the nature of progressivism.
You’re a lying dog-faced pony soldier
|drop and give me |
just wait till someone gets caught selling these turned in / confiscated mags on the black market in that state or shipping them out to other states.. be it a government employee / friend or family member of said government employee ... If there is money to be made then somebody will find a way to do it. ......................... drill sgt.
|Just because you can, |
doesn't mean you should
Looks like a profit opportunity there.
You can buy Pmags for less than $10 new and they're showing that they pay $25?
Avoid buying ChiCom/CCP products whenever possible.
Well, maybe the ProMags in the bottom of a box somewhere in the garage.
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“A man’s treatment of a dog is no indication of the man’s nature, but his treatment of a cat is. It is the crucial test. None but the humane treat a cat well.”
-- Mark Twain, 1902
Yep, just like the guy who turned in printed non functional guns that had no value.
Turn in worthless or things worth less and make a profit since they are giving away more money than the street value of the item.
Make a good profit... make them payout money for nothing
|I Deal In Lead|
And then they can increase taxes on the citizens to make up for their losses.
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