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Old 01-31-2013, 11:05   #1
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Army veteran arrested; faces up to 35 years for possession of empty AR mags


This might end up being the first legal test of NY's ban.

It's annoying how the article continuously refers to that magazines as "clips", but other than that good read.

Also reinforces why "I do not consent to any searches" is the automatic response whenever anyone asks.
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Old 01-31-2013, 14:04   #2
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I wonder what the active duty military folks are being told. It is not uncommon for combat arms Soldiers to keep all of their field gear in their private quarters, on and off post. That includes enough M4 magazines to make a combat load.

Being that they are federal government employees, kinda like FBI, ICE, DHS...why wouldn't they get a pass?

Although the article in for a decorated veteran, I am simpathetic to his situation. Sounds so dumb that the officer would not look at the whole story, instead of carting him off to jail.
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