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Posted: 1/12/2015 3:51:32 PM EST
I know that literally everything that goes bang is not allowed in NYC.

What IS allowed in NYC?

A bolt action precision rifle?
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Harsh language.
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Lol, first post.
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Assholes, the lot of them.
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faggotry and ridiculousness.
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Originally Posted By LV1976:
Harsh language.
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Required, even.
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Originally Posted By JimboJones1:
I know that literally everything that goes bang is not allowed in NYC.

What IS allowed in NYC?

A bolt action precision rifle ?
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Only if you've got a permit for it.
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Nerf guns...


Actually thats probably illegal too.
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Spitballs. But you can't also have the napkins on you as that could be construed as a high cap magazine.
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Originally Posted By conductor:


Only if you've got a permit for it.
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Originally Posted By conductor:
Originally Posted By JimboJones1:
I know that literally everything that goes bang is not allowed in NYC.

What IS allowed in NYC?

A bolt action precision rifle ?


Only if you've got a permit for it.


srsly?
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I think a rubber band and some wadded up paper. I think Jersey has legalized bats.
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Purse swinging...
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Leaving and never coming back.

I can't for the life of me figure out why more people don't avail themselves of this option.
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Originally Posted By DeltaElite777:
Leaving and never coming back.

I can't for the life of me figure out why more people don't avail themselves of this option.
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Sometimes we have to do dirty things in order to make money. And sometimes living in NYC is one of them.
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srsly?
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Originally Posted By conductor:
Originally Posted By JimboJones1:
I know that literally everything that goes bang is not allowed in NYC.

What IS allowed in NYC?

A bolt action precision rifle ?


Only if you've got a permit for it.


srsly?


Absolutely. You have to have a permit to purchase or possess a rifle or shotgun, and once you get it, it must be registered. About 10 years ago, NYC outlawed the possession of any semi-automatic rifle that would accept a detachable magazine holding more than 5 rounds. So-called "assault weapons" were already banned, but the NYPD paid visits to all registered owners of M1 carbines and made them either immediately move the guns out of the city or give them up to the police.

You can own a muzzloading antique pistol or long gun without a permit, and it does not have to be registered. But if you also possess the materials necessary to shoot it, you are in violation of the law and are guilty of a felony.
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Sometimes we have to do dirty things in order to make money. And sometimes living in NYC is one of them.
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Originally Posted By DeltaElite777:
Leaving and never coming back.

I can't for the life of me figure out why more people don't avail themselves of this option.



Sometimes we have to do dirty things in order to make money. And sometimes living in NYC is one of them.

Only if Beirut is the only other choice. And then barely.
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Bad attitudes and epic fear of .22 cartridges on the street.

Kamikaze cab drivers

Bad football teams
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I think a rubber band and some wadded up paper. I think Jersey has legalized bats.
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Bats with wings, yes.
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You can possess bows and crossbows at home or going to the range ...i believe with no license or registration. can you believe that?
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You can possess bows and crossbows at home or going to the range ...i believe with no license or registration. can you believe that?
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Disgusting. Well wish me luck with my phone interview today.. or don't. Not going to be sad if I bomb this one. Ironically I bet it is the one that goes well and I get an offer. That's how my life is going lately.
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Not even saying "Hello" to a hot babe as she walks by is allowed.

I hope you get the picture
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Originally Posted By JimboJones1:



Sometimes we have to do dirty things in order to make money. And sometimes living in NYC is one of them.
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Originally Posted By DeltaElite777:
Leaving and never coming back.

I can't for the life of me figure out why more people don't avail themselves of this option.



Sometimes we have to do dirty things in order to make money. And sometimes living in NYC is one of them.


Understood. Hell, I spent a year in Bosnia to bank a little coin, get out of debt.

I'd probably move back there before I'd move to NYC.
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Absolutely. You have to have a permit to purchase or possess a rifle or shotgun, and once you get it, it must be registered. About 10 years ago, NYC outlawed the possession of any semi-automatic rifle that would accept a detachable magazine holding more than 5 rounds. So-called "assault weapons" were already banned, but the NYPD paid visits to all registered owners of M1 carbines and made them either immediately move the guns out of the city or give them up to the police.

You can own a muzzloading antique pistol or long gun without a permit, and it does not have to be registered. But if you also possess the materials necessary to shoot it, you are in violation of the law and are guilty of a felony.
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Originally Posted By JimboJones1:
Originally Posted By conductor:
Originally Posted By JimboJones1:
I know that literally everything that goes bang is not allowed in NYC.

What IS allowed in NYC?

A bolt action precision rifle ?


Only if you've got a permit for it.


srsly?


Absolutely. You have to have a permit to purchase or possess a rifle or shotgun, and once you get it, it must be registered. About 10 years ago, NYC outlawed the possession of any semi-automatic rifle that would accept a detachable magazine holding more than 5 rounds. So-called "assault weapons" were already banned, but the NYPD paid visits to all registered owners of M1 carbines and made them either immediately move the guns out of the city or give them up to the police.

You can own a muzzloading antique pistol or long gun without a permit, and it does not have to be registered. But if you also possess the materials necessary to shoot it, you are in violation of the law and are guilty of a felony.
What?
A muzzle loader is illegal? How about a spear or sword?
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Paying ungodly amounts of money for a cramped, dilapidated, aging apartment.
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Voting Democrat
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You cant even have the "clip" of a pocket knife showing. Really - I got stop and frisked for this very thing at 61st and Broadway of all places
sucking on a Starbucks.
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Big Tim Sullivan did not want any of you to have guns.

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Nothing without your citizen card. SEIG HEIL, MOTHERFUCKERS!!!!
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Walking around topless
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Surprisingly, there is a Beretta Gallery in Manhattan, and it has shotguns available. It's near the SE corner of Central Park.

Beretta Gallery on Madison Ave

The disclaimer on their website "Please note that, due to New York City laws, the New York Gallery does not have handguns on display."

Image from a truthaboutguns post by unusualkind from inside the NYC Gallery

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Originally Posted By Scollins:
Surprisingly, there is a Beretta Gallery in Manhattan, and it has shotguns available. It's near the SE corner of Central Park.

Beretta Gallery on Madison Ave

The disclaimer on their website "Please note that, due to New York City laws, the New York Gallery does not have handguns on display."

Image from a truthaboutguns post by unusualkind from inside the NYC Gallery

http://truthaboutguns-zippykid.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Berettas-New-York-gallery-courtesy-unusualkind.webfactional.com_.jpg
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Do you need permission to go in there from Der Fuhrer?
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A very very bright, strobing flashlight.

That was what I was "armed" with in NYC. It is better than nothing.
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When I lived there I was able to order (and have delivered right to my apartment) Colt Draggons from the American Historical Foundation. Once those made it through, I got myself a SS Ruger Old Army. As someone mentioned earlier, you can own a black powder firearm, but don['t you dare have any blackpowder (or substitutes), or percussion caps at your disposal.

NJ gun laws are just as bad if not worse... I was arrested (16) for a Crossman pellet gun.
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Do you need permission to go in there from Der Fuhrer?
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Originally Posted By TheTallest:
Originally Posted By Scollins:
Surprisingly, there is a Beretta Gallery in Manhattan, and it has shotguns available. It's near the SE corner of Central Park.

Beretta Gallery on Madison Ave

The disclaimer on their website "Please note that, due to New York City laws, the New York Gallery does not have handguns on display."

Image from a truthaboutguns post by unusualkind from inside the NYC Gallery

http://truthaboutguns-zippykid.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Berettas-New-York-gallery-courtesy-unusualkind.webfactional.com_.jpg

Do you need permission to go in there from Der Fuhrer?


I'm sure he has some NYPD guys tasked with stalking everyone in and out......

I want to go buy one there, just because.....
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Originally Posted By JimboJones1:



Sometimes we have to do dirty things in order to make money. And sometimes living in NYC is one of them.
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Originally Posted By DeltaElite777:
Leaving and never coming back.

I can't for the life of me figure out why more people don't avail themselves of this option.



Sometimes we have to do dirty things in order to make money. And sometimes living in NYC is one of them.
A person could make less money some place else and still maintain the same standard of living I mean a better standard of living.
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sling shots?
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My septic tank has a rich and vibrant culture. I do not wish to live in it.
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Paying taxes?
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Originally Posted By JimboJones1:
I know that literally everything that goes bang is not allowed in NYC.

What IS allowed in NYC?

A bolt action precision rifle?
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Worshiping the Chicago Jesus.
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Originally Posted By NordicRX8:


NJ gun laws are just as bad if not worse... I was arrested (16) for a Crossman pellet gun.
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They are bad in NJ but they aren't nearly as bad as CA, CT, MD and NYs laws.
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Only if they don't have a wrist brace.

Legal


Illegal
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FNYC
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How about a large tree branch? Rock in a sock?
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Nothing
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having a folding knife clipped to the inside of you pocket (and sometimes a flashlight carried the same way) is also likely to get you stopped and searched
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They are bad in NJ but they aren't nearly as bad as CA, CT, MD and NYs laws.
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NJ gun laws are just as bad if not worse... I was arrested (16) for a Crossman pellet gun.


They are bad in NJ but they aren't nearly as bad as CA, CT, MD and NYs laws.


I'm coming from CT so, sadly, it's more of the same, just worse. I'll have you know that TX was my first choice but I was not selected after several attempts of employment there. I think I will focus on getting to FL instead in a year or two..
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Simply disgusting. I do hope I get an offer from the CT boys I interviewed with in the next few days. It's not great, but at least it's BETTER.
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Only if they don't have a wrist brace.

Legal
http://image.dhgate.com/desc_383350080_00.jpg

Illegal
http://www.pyramydair.com/images/daisy-slingshot-p51.jpg
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Originally Posted By bob1946:
Originally Posted By bjohnson425:
sling shots?


Only if they don't have a wrist brace.

Legal
http://image.dhgate.com/desc_383350080_00.jpg

Illegal
http://www.pyramydair.com/images/daisy-slingshot-p51.jpg


WTF? Seriously????
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