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    Re: NY State Senate passes sweeping gun regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by StubbornMoose View Post
    Most 1911 pistols are 7 round magazines (45 acp) and some pocket-pistols fall under the 7 round limit (sig-238, p3at, etc).
    Actually, most modern 1911's are EIGHT round magazines (.45ACP). At least the full size and Commander length frames. The Officer's models are generally six rounds, in my experience. There are SOME pocket pistols that do fall within the guideline, but even my sub-compact Sig had an 8 round magazine (9mm).

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    As to what a military-style feature is....I have no effing idea, I guess if it's black and looks scary.
    Bayonet Lug, Flash Suppressor, Magazine/Clip that loads in front of the trigger guard, pistol grip, collapsable/removable stock, accessory rail, etc....

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    Re: NY State Senate passes sweeping gun regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    This looks like a perfect experiment to me.

    If gun violence in NY shows a dramatic decrease after this bill is passed, then gun control works.
    If it doesn't , then gun control doesn't work.

    Anyone taking any bets?
    I'm willing to bet gun massacres either become less frequent or less deadly. And that's a big deal -- except for NRA types, who care more about their banana clips and macho assault rifles than the safety of school children.

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    Re: NY State Senate passes sweeping gun regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by head of joaquin View Post
    I'm willing to bet gun massacres either become less frequent or less deadly. And that's a big deal -- except for NRA types, who care more about their banana clips and macho assault rifles than the safety of school children.
    you are batting 100%-every comment you make on this issue is completely idiotic, biased and without any basis in fact

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    Re: NY State Senate passes sweeping gun regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by Hicup View Post
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    Ask the gun manufacturers. They know that military style features sell with the insecure, faux macho type NRA members who need such guns to feel like men.

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    Re: NY State Senate passes sweeping gun regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    you are batting 100%-every comment you make on this issue is completely idiotic, biased and without any basis in fact
    Shush, little one. The men are here now to bring sanity to another gun haunted thread.

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    Re: NY State Senate passes sweeping gun regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    This looks like a perfect experiment to me.

    If gun violence in NY shows a dramatic decrease after this bill is passed, then gun control works.
    If it doesn't , then gun control doesn't work.

    Anyone taking any bets?
    Guns cross State lines far too easily for any dramatic decreases in gun violence to occur from one States laws. Make those laws FEDERAL statutes and I'll take that bet.

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    Re: NY State Senate passes sweeping gun regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by head of joaquin View Post
    I'm willing to bet gun massacres either become less frequent or less deadly. And that's a big deal -- except for NRA types, who care more about their banana clips and macho assault rifles than the safety of school children.
    If they do it won't be because of this. Anyone bent enough to plan a massacre won't care two ****s about the law and high capacity mags are freely available on the black market or with a quick trip across state lines.

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    Re: NY State Senate passes sweeping gun regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by head of joaquin View Post
    I'm willing to bet gun massacres either become less frequent or less deadly. And that's a big deal -- except for NRA types, who care more about their banana clips and macho assault rifles than the safety of school children.
    You know what I could care less how many little children get wacked by firearms and the lunitics shooting em. **** em. What I do care about is my Constitutional Contract and the fact that I am getting ****ed out of what I was garenteed which was I could own what arms I saw fit and nessary for my and my families defence without some douche bag punks infinging upon my decisions. The constitutions garuntees my SOLE descretion in the decisions without interference. Civil society is based on contracts and upholding them. If you expect me to abide by my end, you better damn sure abide your end, which is to leave me the hell alone.
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    Re: NY State Senate passes sweeping gun regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by head of joaquin View Post
    I'm willing to bet gun massacres either become less frequent or less deadly. And that's a big deal -- except for NRA types, who care more about their banana clips and macho assault rifles than the safety of school children.
    It would be a big deal, but the history of reducing gun violence by passing gun control laws doesn't have a history of success.
    Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?



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    Re: NY State Senate passes sweeping gun regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigger View Post
    Actually, most modern 1911's are EIGHT round magazines (.45ACP). At least the full size and Commander length frames. The Officer's models are generally six rounds, in my experience. There are SOME pocket pistols that do fall within the guideline, but even my sub-compact Sig had an 8 round magazine (9mm).
    we are looking at magazine size, not total capacity. I personally do not own a 1911 style pistol, however, looking at springfield's, sig-sauer's, and colt's websites they list the magazine capacity at 7 rounds + 1 in the chamber. This may be where you are getting your 8 rounds from. If I am wrong please correct me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigger
    Bayonet Lug, Flash Suppressor, Magazine/Clip that loads in front of the trigger guard, pistol grip, collapsable/removable stock, accessory rail, etc....
    I know what they think the term means, I just personally feel that it is a stupid catch-all to mean things that they think are scary.

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