New York Democrats to Address “Inconsistencies” in New Gun Laws They Just Rammed Through

Posted by on Mar 20, 2013 at 8:32 am

Perhaps instead of preening for the media you schmucks should have realized these laws made no sense.  Would that have been too much to ask?

Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, a Manhattan Democrat, said the issue was discussed today during closed-door talks with Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Senate leaders because he said there are “inconsistencies’’ in the law that need to be addressed before the next round of the law’s provisions take effect April 15. Lawmakers are due to take a religious holiday and spring vacation break after this week and are not due back in Albany until April 15.

Silver suggested he was open to keeping legal the current 10-bullet magazine size for guns used by homeowners for protection in their homes. “I never had a problem with that,’’ Silver said.

The Democratic leader said the law is inconsistent because it permits gun owners to use guns with magazines holding 10 bullets at shooting ranges and in competitions. The new law, as of April 15, restricts magazine sales to those holding up to seven bullets; no manufacturer makes such a clip. The law permits those who own clips holding up to 10 rounds to keep them, but they can only place up to a maximum of seven bullets in them after April 15.

Silver said all sides agree that “some change has to be made to cure the inconsistencies.’’ Could that include going back to 10 bullet magazines? “It just might, just might. As long as you ban assault weapons, that’s what I care about,’’ he said.

This drooling moron can’t even identify what a so-called “assault weapon” is, but as long as he gets a pat on the head from the media he could care less.

Meanwhile, the imbecile governor chimed in:

In a brief appearance with reporters, Cuomo said the gun control changes being discussed are merely “technical.’’ He mentioned issues involving bullet magazine sizes by police and retired police, and concerns by the movie industry that it won’t be able to make films in New York with actors using assault weapons in action scenes. Gun rights groups have had a field day with that idea, calling it highly ironic that state officials want to let Hollywood continue to make violent movies in New York with assault weapon-carrying actors.

Oh, so he snaps to attention when his Hollywood pals speak up. Screw the law-abiding gun owners of New York State, he’s busy courting his big bucks pals from Hollywood, actually thinking he’s somehow got a chance to be president.

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11 Responses to “New York Democrats to Address “Inconsistencies” in New Gun Laws They Just Rammed Through”

  1. Blue Hen on 20/20/13 at 9:22 am

    Screw the law-abiding gun owners of New York State, he’s busy courting his big bucks pals from Hollywood, actually thinking he’s somehow got a chance to be president.

    Then again, we didn’t think that a chicago machine politician with no skills, accomplishments or work ethic could become President. We learned the hard way on that.

  2. Kevin in ABQ on 20/20/13 at 10:18 am

    What, Hollywood isn’t willing to suspend disbelief to think that celluloid criminals would be willing to obey a seven-round armament limit, or that they wouldn’t use an outlawed weapon, just because someone in Albany said it’s so? The deuce you say!

  3. red speck on 20/20/13 at 12:57 pm

    Yeah… you can’t kill ANYONE with only 7 bullets. It’s those dreaded last three that get ’em every time.

    I don’t know what it is, but I’m starting to get the feeling that all these gun laws are capricious and ill-conceived.

  4. MT Geoff on 20/20/13 at 2:06 pm

    I’d have said the first inconsistency was with the Second Amendment and the Heller and McDonald decisions, and even Miller.
    Hollywood shoot-em-up movies don’t use realistic shooting scenarios in any case. It’s routine for Segal or Norris to shoot for five or ten seconds on full auto, which would use a magazine up in less than three seconds. And their magazines only run out when the script calls for it, much like six-shooters in Westerns.
    The real hoot was that the lawmakers forgot to make an exemption for law enforcement, rendering nearly all magazines in use unlawful.

  5. Semper Why on 20/20/13 at 2:27 pm

    I find it disturbing that what is a “technical” detail change to Cuomo is 10 years in prison for the rest of us.

  6. GWB on 20/20/13 at 2:46 pm

    I don’t have a problem with restricting law enforcement to the same limits as the rest of us citizens.

  7. Rich K on 20/20/13 at 2:48 pm

    I have NO pity for any of these New York citizens for one reason; They voted for these Jackwads !
    Dogs and Fleas, live it,learn it,love it.

  8. MT Geoff on 20/20/13 at 4:44 pm

    @#10: And that is the worst of it all. Too many Americans are voting like Europeans.