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Just because you can,
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Make a good profit... make them payout money for nothing


And then they can increase taxes on the citizens to make up for their losses.


Make it hurt enough and maybe they'll learn to vote better in the future.


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Posts: 8339 | Location: NE GA | Registered: August 22, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Make a good profit... make them payout money for nothing


And then they can increase taxes on the citizens to make up for their losses.


And whose fault is that, why it's the citizens of DE, and they can pay for electing people that put these plans in place.

They can solve that by electing responsible politicians that don't have to be taken to court over things like this.

And if they are going to do something this stupid, someone will take advantage of it....

The rules of economics apply to all...



 
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As always I won't mention how much Small Pistol Primers I have stashed or the size of my reloading reserves but it's all adequate. I also won't mention whats in my Hillary box but there are a lot of items in their that would set her to going into apoplexy.

As for Delaware, I find that 17 round capacity limit actually works in my favor. One of my first polymer handguns and very first Semi was a Springfield Armory XDM early edition in 40 S&W. Which features a 16 round magazine. Some may consider that a bit limited but if you rock and roll with it at a 0.4 second split time you can make thunder for nearly 6 1/2 seconds. BTW, found it was completely reliable with 180 grain Winchester Ranger-T so I have a rather nice stash of that in a spare closet.


I've stopped counting.
 
Posts: 5066 | Location: Michigan | Registered: November 07, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Eat shit. I already screwed up and trashed my bump stock when I shouldn’t have. I’m done with getting rid of anything.
 
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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!


"An individual who holds a valid concealed carry permit issued by the Superior Court under § 1441 of this title" is exempt from the new large capacity magazine prohibition.

Sec. 1469(c)(5)
https://delcode.delaware.gov/t...sc07/index.html#1469
 
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Maybe buy a crate of these and triple your money…
https://thecastlearms.com/prod...ign=wikiarmslistings

I see your SDS 30rd mags and raise you w/ SHK 33rd mags at $7.99 each, which one could sell for $25.
https://globalordnance.com/shk...-upc-00850003223063/

I couldn't find anything in any announcement about a limit to how many mags a Delawarean can sell to their govt.
 
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These stupid laws should quit exempting law enforcement. Maybe then the stupid laws would stop being passed.
 
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A court case regarding mag capacity limits has been brewing here in CA since 2016, as I recall. It made it to the Supreme Court this year after the 9th upheld the ban. The Supremes kicked it back down for "reconsideration" in light of the ruling from the New York case.

As I seem to recall from a recent summary, the lower court judge ruled against the ban, the 9th upheld it, the Supremes kicked it back down for reconsideration.

So now it is back before the original court that ruled against it, who will certainly rule against it again.

Then the state will again appeal to the 9th. Given the fact the 9th has gradually drifted back towards center, this is where the path becomes murkier..

Perhaps 1-2 years until the ban is struck down completely if things go well, or 3-5 if it takes the long process... but I think most believe it'll eventually be struck down entirely in light of the ruling this June by the SC.

Duncan V Bonta is the CA case in question... There is a giant thread at CalGuns if anyone wants to periodically check for updates.
 
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Eat shit. I already screwed up and trashed my bump stock when I shouldn’t have. I’m done with getting rid of anything.


Yeah me too! I regret destroying my rare breed trigger.
 
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Rhetorical question:
What do you suppose the founders would do?
 
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Kiss My Ass!
 
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These stupid laws should quit exempting law enforcement. Maybe then the stupid laws would stop being passed.

I completely agree, nothing against LE but the rules should be the same for everyone.
 
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I completely agree, nothing against LE but the rules should be the same for everyone.


I say that as a retired deputy, by the way.
 
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I completely agree, nothing against LE but the rules should be the same for everyone.


I say that as a retired deputy, by the way.


I agree as well, as a current Sgt in CA. No more carve outs.
 
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It should not be limited to just LE. Military should also be limited to whatever limitations are subjected to the public. Same rules for public, LE and military.

If we need to fight against tyranny, then any entity that could represent the tyranny should be subject to the same rules. Otherwise, conflict of interest.

This is so ridiculous. The USA, as an entity, arms itself to the best of its ability to defend itself against thugs like isis, russia, prc, etc. And it should. And yet the hypocrisy when trying to apply the same logic domestically for citizens vs thugs.

They are making law abiding citizens felons here and not doing a damn thing to the actual felons. Not a damn thing.




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I have an old 90 round drum that has issues. I got it for free decades ago. If I could get $80 for it, I’d do it.


Is it bad to sell a defective magazine into the buyback?
 
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Do you think Magpul will make new 15 round mags for AR? Perhaps some manufacture will install a block in existing 20 round metal magazines, reducing capacity to 15-17 rounds. I have 10 round mags for AR and Mini-14 and like them for range shooting.
 
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I have an old 90 round drum that has issues. I got it for free decades ago. If I could get $80 for it, I’d do it.


Is it bad to sell a defective magazine into the buyback?

Nope. I’d be perfectly happy selling them non-functional 3-D printed shells I knew didn’t work if they’d take them.




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Told cops where to go for over 29 years…
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I’ll just point out that I’d expect everyone complying who presents ID and proof of residency will likely have their name and address placed on a “registry” of sorts that will be retained for undisclosed future use…

Maybe I am just paranoid though…






What part of "...Shall not be infringed" don't you understand???


 
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It’s not paranoia. Delaware state police were found to be keeping records on people several years ago.
 
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