New York’s Gun Reform is WILD!

#cops #newyork #gunreform

New York has gone beyond all logic in their “gun” reform by eliminating people’s ability to protect themselves from the very problem of gun violence they say exists. MAKE IT MAKE SENSE!

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23 thoughts on “New York’s Gun Reform is WILD!

  1. When you consider that face masks were never about our protection but all about conditioning us for unquestioning compliance, I think you can see that they’re being perfectly consistent.

  2. Oh my! Could this be the state wanting the civilians to become easier targets for both criminals and their enforcers? No, of course not, they wouldn't do that!

  3. A lot of people don't know the MANY WAYS the 2A gets VIOLATED that aren't gun related. When they hear ARMS they only think of FIRE arms, NOPE that's only a small fraction of ARMS. There are pokies, bashies, and protecties. ANYTHING DESIGNED PRIMARILY FOR OFFENSE AND OR DEFENSE is an ARM. BODY ARMOR ban is a violation of 2A, knife restrictions are a violation of 2A (blades greater than 7in can't be sold like Bowie Knives, usually spring deployed blades are illegal in some states, and other ban TANTO edges the flat edge near the point instead of the rounded edge), brass knuckle bans are another example. Armored vehicles are another.

  4. I don't agree that this bill should ban body armor sales. However i think comparing that to COVID mask mandates is a false dichotomy. I doubt the every day person expects to walk into a firefight when they go run errands or grab a bite to eat. When COVID was rampant, you had a way higher chance of getting the rona without a mask. You can disagree, but science doesn't care about your opinion.

  5. But we were giving out helmets, bullet proof vests, AK’s, tank killing rockets to civilians in Ukraine but I’m not allowed to have a bullet proof vest??

  6. Ah, the Canadian special! Although oddly enough, some provinces do let civilians buy body armour if they have a firearm license or certain occupations (security).

    I wonder if the definition of body armour is as broad in NY as some Canadian provinces (chainsaw pants, slash protection gear, and even sports equipment are often classified as body armour… especially if wearing it outside of a sports field/on the job).

  7. Because it could save a life. We can't just have people running around in the streets with their military-grade assault body armor.

  8. Ok it's bad but hear me out, if I can't own body armor I now have no barriers to go full retro.
    Time to grab a full size FALs and put on high camo shorts and bush hats, boys

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