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[fingers crossed] "Ivhave no large capacity magazines, officer."[/fingers crossed]

It seems they learned nothing from watching over a quarter million Connecticut gun owners refuse to comply with an unreasonable gun-control effort. Stupid is as stupid does..m


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LCM 18 to 30 Rounds – $15



30-round Hexmags are $7.99

I sense a business opportunity.

Plus it gets Hexmags off the street.





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I know this is the Del thread, but...

Rhode Island seems to have something brewing too. Mags have to be turned in or destroyed by tomorrow night in Rhode Island??


Source: https://www.providencejournal....-rights/69727765007/

PROVIDENCE — As the deadline approaches for gun owners to give up their high-capacity firearm magazines or face legal consequences, a federal judge on Wednesday upheld a newly enacted state law banning magazines that carry more than 10 rounds of ammunition. U.S. District Court Chief Judge John J. McConnell Jr. refused to grant a request by a Chepachet gun store and several Rhode Island gun owners for a preliminary injunction blocking the law, which on Sunday will make possession of a large-capacity gun magazine a felony in Rhode Island. McConnell found that the plaintiffs Big Bear Hunting and Fishing Supply; three Rhode Island residents — Mary Brimer, James Grundy and Jonathan Hirons; and, a Newport homeowner who lives in Florida, Jeffrey Goyette, had not shown that they would suffer irreparable harm if the law was allowed to take effect, and that allowing its enforcement was in the public's interest


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Pieces of shit. All of them. Including the constituents who voted for them. If you’re going to buy a bunch of mags to make some money, please make sure you trash the bodies and fuck up the feed lips. That way those fuckers can’t turn around and sell them. These assholes really make me sick.

I’m guessing there is no law on the amount of abortions you can have in Delaware is there?
 
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30-round Hexmags are $7.99

I sense a business opportunity.

Plus it gets Hexmags off the street.[/QUOTE]

I’ve been pretty much pleased with Hex Mags (especially the grey ones Wink).


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I guess you guys are against the provision in this law that allows CCW holders to be exempt from this, eh?


And how does this fit in with the Second Amendment?


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I know this is the Del thread, but...

Rhode Island seems to have something brewing too. Mags have to be turned in or destroyed by tomorrow night in Rhode Island??


Source: https://www.providencejournal....-rights/69727765007/

PROVIDENCE — As the deadline approaches for gun owners to give up their high-capacity firearm magazines or face legal consequences, a federal judge on Wednesday upheld a newly enacted state law banning magazines that carry more than 10 rounds of ammunition. U.S. District Court Chief Judge John J. McConnell Jr. refused to grant a request by a Chepachet gun store and several Rhode Island gun owners for a preliminary injunction blocking the law, which on Sunday will make possession of a large-capacity gun magazine a felony in Rhode Island. McConnell found that the plaintiffs Big Bear Hunting and Fishing Supply; three Rhode Island residents — Mary Brimer, James Grundy and Jonathan Hirons; and, a Newport homeowner who lives in Florida, Jeffrey Goyette, had not shown that they would suffer irreparable harm if the law was allowed to take effect, and that allowing its enforcement was in the public's interest


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Today, there are a lot more "FELONS" in RI!!!!!!!
BP


I guess I missed the national program to remove the Second Amendment. What part of "SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED" do these morons not understand?


Elk

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It'd be time to move for me if I lived there.


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

It's really truly the whole point when you think about it, the magazine specification is secondary, they really want their registry for future illegal search and seizure.




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I’d love to hear that judge explain how exactly it’s “in the public interest”. That would at least imply that the “public” will derive some benefit. How many shootings have occurred in Delaware in which having the smaller magazines would have made a difference? How many lives saved? I would venture zero. For that matter, how many times has an AR15 been used at all in Delaware?

Likely the only people happy with this are the gun grabbing pols and the moms demand action variety lunatics


He’s not allowed to. The court is required to accept as true whatever findings the legislature makes about the benefits of law like this as long as there is some basis for them. So if the legislature found that this law will save lives, the court has to accept that.

Unless it goes the other way against them.




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$25 a mag…. Time to buy a bunch of KCI mags or those really cheap SDS 33rd glock mags.…. Is there a limit to how many you can turn in? Time to make some money
 
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It'd be time to move for me if I lived there.
You wouldn't have to move far to be out of Rhode Island -- the state is 40 miles square. Of course, the neighboring states (Massachusetts and Connecticut) aren't much better.

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