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Old 01-23-2013, 15:43   #1
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Glock 30 and Magazines

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Haven't been on the forum for a while so behind the curve for sure. I have a Glock 30, one of the first along with 3 magazines, an 11 round and two 8 round. Being one of the lucky residents of NY (that's a joke) does anyone know exactly where I stand. I think I am ok with the 8 round but not the 11. Not sure from reading different articles whether the 8 round mags are ok. Any good suggestions what I do with the 11?
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Old 01-23-2013, 15:47   #2
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Glock 30 takes a 9 round or 10 round mag. There is no 8 rounder.
The mags are legal to keep, but the "11" you cite, it if is really 11, has a +1 floorplate installed. You need to remove that and put on a standard base. The NYS mag capacity has been limited to 10 since 2000, and possession of that mag makes you a Felon.
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Old 01-23-2013, 16:30   #3
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Whats this 11 rd mag you speak of?
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Old 01-23-2013, 16:59   #4
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Glock 30 takes a 9 round or 10 round mag. There is no 8 rounder.
The mags are legal to keep, but the "11" you cite, it if is really 11, has a +1 floorplate installed. You need to remove that and put on a standard base. The NYS mag capacity has been limited to 10 since 2000, and possession of that mag makes you a Felon.
Yes, I see it is actually a 10 round magazine. All I know is when I purchased it it was legal and assume it still is or was up until the new NY law goes into effect. Regarding the other two magazines they hold 8 rounds. Eight indicators on the back and eight cartridges, won't take 9, just tried it.
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Old 01-23-2013, 17:39   #5
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Glock 30 takes a 9 round or 10 round mag. There is no 8 rounder.
The mags are legal to keep, but the "11" you cite, it if is really 11, has a +1 floorplate installed. You need to remove that and put on a standard base. The NYS mag capacity has been limited to 10 since 2000, and possession of that mag makes you a Felon.
Regarding the 8 round clips. From the NYS webpage re gun law changes as of April 15th the mags are restricted to 7.
What's the story there?? Seven?? Am I a felon also with the the 8???? What idiot chose 7??
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Old 01-23-2013, 18:18   #6
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What are these 8 rd clips you speak of?
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What are these 8 rd clips you speak of?
I don't know. You'll have to ask a felon. May have a hard time reaching one since they're all out celebrating a safer work environment.
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