NY about to pass strictest gun laws in nation


#681

No it just means they’re against it

It doesn’t do anything legally

It helps in court cases/whatever else happens.


#682

I just talked to my dad in Florida and he said there was a 5 mile traffic back up for a gun show.lol


#683

It’s probably all the NYer’s moving to Florida


#684

I just love that we vote these people in, they pass a law and tell us we can’t do anything about it. How messed up is that?


#685

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#686

Hope to see some of you on the 28th in Albany


#687

Anyone see this fuckin bullshit?


#688

Sneaky mutha fochers. You can’t turn your back on a politician.


#689

Lol, good game guys. Good game.


#690

hah. $160-$200/month to legally own a gun… I wonder if you could save a bunch of money on your gun insurance by switching to Geico?


#691

You can add that insurance to the list of non compliance for this guy.


#692

It should be very clear to everyone by now that the state does not want you to own a gun and that these laws are not designed to be complied with, they are designed to turn citizens attempting to follow the law into accidental felons. At this point the best way to stay out of legal trouble is to keep your gun ownership private and only bring the “assault” weapons out on private property. Even then you’ll want a good lawyer on speed dial for when some dipshit cop says that hearing gunshots on private land was his probable cause to search and seize.


#693

I wish my wife wasn’t so set on staying in NY. I’d be in TX for FL in no time.


#694

I hope both the left and right realize if the 2nd amendment can be shredded like this so can all the others. Soon it will be illegal to oppose the leadership vocally, in print and especially the internet. In 10 years I hope forums like this will still be here…


#695

Make absolutely no mistake, if there was any before – this state does not want any private citizens to have firearms. First, outlaw sales, second, require registration and documentation, third, force fees designed to price owners out of ownership, fourth… well, I’m certain you can follow this to your own logical ends. Never, ever thought I’d see this day and I am beyond disappointed in our political system.

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A list of the counties that aren’t having any of it.


#696

Good read on how the NYSafe act stacks up against the recent supreme court cases of Heller and McDonald


#697

Ahhhh, the joys of an overly democratic society. The constitution is meaningless when you have the nation all but equally divided, fighting & willing to give up the freedom of fellow citizens for their own perceived safety.


#698

http://www.newsday.com/what-do-you-think-about-cuomo-s-gun-control-bill-1.4451699

Pay this poll a visit. :slight_smile:


#699

I’m surprised at how many people are in favor of the government determining who is mentally fit to own a gun, or even better codifying the idea that someone else’s life is more valuable than your own (tougher penalties depending on who you shoot i.e. first responders.)

So many people think that just because they removed a layer that there is no more wool over their eyes.


#700

Well right now one man, Eric Holder decides if you can have your 2A right so…

IIRC there are over 1 million people on the terror watch list which means they can’t buy a gun.