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Posted: 10/29/2013 7:22:40 AM EST
If you are a FFL you can have assault rifles and not sell them in NY and I assume the same goes for magazines.
What about using them at the range and loading more than seven rounds? Basically what I am asking are people with FFL's exempt from the law?
Link Posted: 10/29/2013 7:29:09 AM EST
Originally Posted By XDONX3:
If you are a FFL you can have assault rifles and not sell them in NY and I assume the same goes for magazines.
What about using them at the range and loading more than seven rounds? Basically what I am asking are people with FFL's exempt from the law?
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No
Link Posted: 10/29/2013 7:34:32 AM EST
Originally Posted By XDONX3:
If you are a FFL you can have assault rifles and not sell them in NY and I assume the same goes for magazines.
What about using them at the range and loading more than seven rounds? Basically what I am asking are people with FFL's exempt from the law?
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can possess for sale out of state and to LEO(not going to happen). not exempt from the law, can't use them anywhere and can't load more than 7 in a 10 round mag. FFL's are just citizens like the rest the people that got fucked. personal assault weapons (not listed in ther A&D bound book) are still subject to registration.
Link Posted: 10/29/2013 7:35:36 AM EST
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Originally Posted By scosgt:


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Originally Posted By scosgt:
Originally Posted By XDONX3:
If you are a FFL you can have assault rifles and not sell them in NY and I assume the same goes for magazines.
What about using them at the range and loading more than seven rounds? Basically what I am asking are people with FFL's exempt from the law?


No

I believe they can carry them as a product for sale to qualified individuals under this law.
Link Posted: 10/29/2013 2:36:58 PM EST
Originally Posted By XDONX3:
If you are a FFL you can have assault rifles and not sell them in NY and I assume the same goes for magazines.
What about using them at the range and loading more than seven rounds? Basically what I am asking are people with FFL's exempt from the law?
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A NY dealer's license provides the exemption, not a FFL. The dealer's license is only good at the premises listed on the license. Gun shows are considered an extension of the premises.
Link Posted: 10/29/2013 5:42:05 PM EST
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A NY dealer's license provides the exemption, not a FFL. The dealer's license is only good at the premises listed on the license. Gun shows are considered an extension of the premises.
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Originally Posted By jma5000:
Originally Posted By XDONX3:
If you are a FFL you can have assault rifles and not sell them in NY and I assume the same goes for magazines.
What about using them at the range and loading more than seven rounds? Basically what I am asking are people with FFL's exempt from the law?


A NY dealer's license provides the exemption, not a FFL. The dealer's license is only good at the premises listed on the license. Gun shows are considered an extension of the premises.



Yeah, guess I should have specified NY licensed dealer. Was using the FFL as a generic term. NY requies an additional license in addition to the federal FFL in order to deal in handguns and their definition of "assault weapons" and "high cap mags"
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