A True Patriot In The NY State Assembly? Who Knew.

A friend of mine asked me yesterday to pray for his friend who is facing 30 years in prison, in the state of New York because police found 6 each, 30 round magazines in his home (upstate). He possessed a legal firearm, but had the magazines (which he purchased elsewhere), and they charged him with possession. Each offense carries the potential for 5 years in prison. I told him that I’d advise his friend to pack up, the day he gets out on bond, and leave the state. Don’t ever look back. Move to a gun friendly state like Arizona. What say you?

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7 Responses to A True Patriot In The NY State Assembly? Who Knew.

  1. xenicalman says:

    States that don’t infringe on 2nd Amendment rights, like Arizona, Texas and Arizona would probably ignore an extradition request from New York or other totalitarian states. But if a federal warrant for “flight to avoid prosecution”, were entered it might be hard to defend. I would like to see the NRA or other group put together a list of 2nd Amendment protective states that would ignore any such warrants. I foresee an underground rr system put into place to help fleeing patriots. Is this the beginning?

  2. Greg says:

    I would seek lawyer in prospective state advice. Texas has a great economy if job is sought.

  3. notamobster says:

    Yeah, I’d definitely get a lawyer in whatever state to which I moved.

  4. Rich says:

    So, that means David Gregory will be facing 5 large behind bars for possessing that 30 round magazine that he brandished about on national TV. Right? Oh wait … what’s that Mr. NY Attorney General? No prosecution in the Gregory matter because … . Just because? Is there more? No! Oh, it’s just because you say so. I see. So the fellow’s friend above has nothing to worry about. Right? No? He’s in real trouble you say. Why? Oh, because. Because why? Oh, because he’s not David Gregory and because you say so. Ah, now I understand. My advice, get the hell out of New York.

  5. PhoneGuy says:

    I’m confused. How can owning 30 round magazines in NY be against the law then the new law gave owners a year to sell or turn in such? And what were the police doing in his home searching for such?

    I’m not in favor of this law and I don’t think it will stand when it is contested in the courts but I am confused by this story.

    • notamobster says:

      30 round magazines have been illegal in NY. They were limited to 10 rounds. Now, they’re limited to 7.