The time is nigh upon us, folks. For those in NY, it’s here.
The bill outlaws any magazine of more than seven rounds and there is not grandfathering, only a grace period; all magazines not sent out of state within a year become the basis for criminal charges. Presumably, this affects the eight-round en-bloc clip of the Garand as well, and certainly outlaws century-old Enfields with their 10-round magazines.
All “assault weapons”—and now almost everything is an assault weapon, as they’ve changed the definition of those as well—must be registered with the state. Buying ammunition will require a background check. Buying ammunition over the internet is now illegal.
New Yorkers have a choice. They can either comply to the demands of their would-be masters, quietly become criminals and hope they don’t get caught acting like free men, or they can fight this abject insanity.
As New York state has no constitutional protections, they must either appeal these laws to a federal judge and up the line to the United States Supreme court years from now, or resolve to take down this draconian law through subversive means.
Civil disobedience is a great start.
You’d be amazed how few transportation arteries their are into New York City, and how easy it would be to turn the city upside down with a few dozen vehicles suffering concurrent “mechanical problems” on bridges and in tunnels during the morning rush hour. This is just one off-the-cuff idea. There are thousands of things you can do to make this totalitarian state falter. Crush Albany’s wallet, and force them to repeal this ill-advised law.
If civil disobedience fails…
It’s your state, New Yorkers. Defend it.
The more I see of New York, the better I like Texas. Or, say, Idaho.
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- Pride in American Exceptionalism
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Marxists, Socialists, Liberals and Establishment Republicans will likely find that life in our community is incompatible with their existing ideology and preferred lifestyles.
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