NY and AR-15s.. please help
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    NY and AR-15s.. please help

    Sorry this may be a stupid question but... Is there any legal way to buy an AR 15 in NY?

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    Drive south on 95 about 3 hours. Cross over the Potomac river and you will be in the land of the free. Buy an AR15 here in less than 10 minutes along with as many 30 round mags that you want. Tell your pals still in new York about the freedom you experienced here. Move everyone you can out of new York until it starves to death financially. Then move back to new York with Virginia values.

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    The AR-15 is an assault weapon, and those are banned in New York. So, to answer your question, "NO."

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    Thanks guys. I love people who suggest moving out of state. Like its a trip to disney land to relocate a family, get a new career, and every other thing that goes along with that.

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    As a native Virginian this brought a tear to my eye. And to think that I was once dumb enough to move to the Virgin Islands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harleyhunter View Post
    Thanks guys. I love people who suggest moving out of state. Like its a trip to disney land to relocate a family, get a new career, and every other thing that goes along with that.
    When you and your family have had enough freedom and liberty stripped away from you...how much does it take?...then maybe you can move. New York has finally become a serfdom So what does that make you. I vey wise man once said that a person willing to trade liberty for security has neither. Security is also defined as financial well being, which the government will also take. In Virginia we are all treated like adults...in new York only the chosen ones are treated like adults. Goodl luck in the gulags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    The AR-15 is an assault weapon, and those are banned in New York. So, to answer your question, "NO."

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    Only according to liberal anti-gunners is an AR-15 an assault weapon. To those that know the difference it's a semi-automatic rifle. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by harleyhunter View Post
    Thanks guys. I love people who suggest moving out of state. Like its a trip to disney land to relocate a family, get a new career, and every other thing that goes along with that.
    So glad you love all of us so much. I truly feel sorry for you but the answer you do not want, as you state above, is unfortunately the ONLY answer to your problem as long as a state like NY has a cretin political system of nanny government without a hint of trust in its electorate to act responsibly about literally anything. Just remember that someday you will retire and you can move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelcarry View Post
    So glad you love all of us so much. I truly feel sorry for you but the answer you do not want, as you state above, is unfortunately the ONLY answer to your problem as long as a state like NY has a cretin political system of nanny government without a hint of trust in its electorate to act responsibly about literally anything. Just remember that someday you will retire and you can move.
    I'm fortunate in the fact that I could move my family from NY. The problem I have, is that if everybody just gives up, and nobody takes a stand, nothing is ever going to change here. So I contribute to the NRA, I contribute to the NYSRPA, I write letters to my congressman, and even to my totally worthless senators. I'm as active with my local gun club as I can be, and I engage a lot of people in conversations about the sad state of not just our gun rights, but all our rights here in NY. Everybody has to take a stand somewhere, and for me right now it is here.

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