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NY: Senate Initiates Glock Handgun Ban


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Yesterday, anti-gun New York legislators introduced a bill designed to COMPLETELY ban the sale of Glock handguns and other semi-automatic pistols.

Their bill, S. 9225, comes under the guise that Glocks, and other semi-automatic “convertible pistols,” can be easily turned into machine-guns through the installation or attachment of a “pistol converter,” more commonly known as a “Glock switch.”

New York state lawmakers are intentionally targeting a major firearms manufacturer and banning the sale of their product because criminals, who don’t obey the law in the first place, could illegally acquire handguns and then illegally alter them further.

Under federal law, machine guns are already heavily regulated items, so what might be the real intention of this legislation?  

It’s obvious: to initiate the framework for a complete ban, and total confiscation of semi-automatic handguns – all made possible through New York’s handgun registry.

This legislation was only introduced yesterday, so it’s important that we move quickly. We won’t stand for these abuses of power, and neither should you.

This legislation was only introduced yesterday, so it’s important that we move quickly. We won’t stand for these abuses of power, and neither should you. The left’s onslaught on gun ownership has never been clearer, fill out the form above and DEMAND your state senator oppose S 9225. 

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Sort of reads like they want to ban already existing pistols that have been converted to full auto, and the same of the parts to make pistols into full auto firearms. They want companies to alter manufacturing, so those parts cannot be added to modify the pistols.

I don't feed trolls.

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