Depending on how many firearms you have on your NY Permit, it might be better to remove them. If you only left whatever you planned on carrying to NY on your permit at least the rest of your firearms would no longer be a NY issue.
It really comes down to trusting ourselves. The intent of the constitution was to limit government ability to infringe on the people. Maybe there is some concern with how untrained citizens will react. I actually am for state funded training that would be free to the citizens ( besides for our...
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While there are more dangerous jobs, most don’t put family or friends at an increased risk for being with them. I understand both points and am retired law enforcement. I just won’t go to the fair.
Retired Feds under 2.15 aren’t included in new law either, but are covered under LEOSA. Also doesn’t look like off duty out of state are covered since they only referred to 18USC926c. I qualify under LEOSA, but I’m more concerned with friends that no longer will be able to carry with new law.
I had a USP 40, p30 9mm. Also a HK45. Much preferred the HK 45 to the USP model. Also have a P2000sk Lem trigger. HK DA/SA triggers have been terrible in everything, but the HK45. The LEM trigger is usable. If they only made a HK45 striker fired with the VP9 trigger.
I don’t think she will win the election. Even without a republican challenge, Brown will run on a separate ticket and win. The primary had a low turnout. In the election just about every republican will vote for Brown over a socialist.
I carried a glock 17 for years on duty. For reliability I would go glock. Glock has more after market support. The canik has better stock trigger, better sights and are also very reliable. If I was buying the glock I would upgrade the trigger, sights and stipple the frame. The canik I would...
Actually for law enforcement use of force actions the standard is reasonable officer not reason person. See Graham vs Connor which is the Supreme Court Case that set the standard used today.
The "reasonableness" of a particular use of force must be judged from the perspective of a reasonable...
I have a BSA sweet 22 on a savage mkII and a Redfield Revolution Accurange 2-7x32 on a 10/22. The Redfield was around $150, but feels like a more expensive scope. The savage is more accurate, but I shoot the 10/22 more because of the better scope. Both are good for the price.
Necessary and use of force are dangerous terms. The standard has always been reasonable and for good reason. If the standard was necessary use of lethal force, it changes things and not for the better. For example if criminal has unloaded firearm and aims it at police or any citizen it would...
My issued rifle for last 7 years has been a colt m4 with 10.5” barrel. It runs great and have about 7k rounds through it. I keep it wet with slip 2000 ewl. Maybe mine is rare, but haven’t noticed any of ours having problems. Prior to this we had 14.5”.
I don’t agree with the officer’s actions. I would not have conducted the stop that way based on current info.
I will say, I tell my wife and kids to keep license easily accessible and that if pulled over to:
1- place license and reg on dash
2-roll down the windows
3-unbuckle seat belt
I haven’t heard much about hoe this would effect NY, but seems it would be difficult to register semiautomatic firearms with the NFA since NFA are not an option for New Yorkers. Anyone hear of any pro gun organizations looking at that potential issue or am I missing something?
I would still prefer featureless vs fixed mag. There are plenty of work arounds to reload through ejection port and different ways to pull back pin if you go fixed mag. I would just want my rifle to function as designed and clear malfunctions, if needed,the way I was trained to.