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According to the Govener's site dealers can no longer sell these rifles.
Q: I have guns in my inventory that are now defined as assault weapons and magazines that can contain more than ten rounds. What can I do with them?
A: You can transfer them to another dealer or sell them out of state or to law enforcement. You can also permanently modify these guns and magazines and sell them in state.
Q: If someone paid for a gun before January 15, 2013 that is now classified as an assault weapon, but the gun hasn’t been delivered to the buyer, what do I do?
A: You may still give the gun to the buyer, but it must be registered by April 15, 2014.
Stopped into BGC today for some case lube and the "Assault Weapons" corner on the left is now filled with shotguns. No AR's or other fun guns, but there was a lone Socom II sitting by itself, and that was it. Mags and ammo are cleaned out and the pistol cases are about half empty. Plenty of knives though.
Better not get caught with a sling shot and or rock.
Originally Posted by 82nd ABN
SLing shot and rocks!
They have to be of a pre-ban configuration for you to posses a Sling shot and rocks, but with the evil features removed. (I know - Contradicting language of the law, but this is how the law was written)
Sling Shot must not have handle, and must not have any type of elastic material and the elastic material must be of rigid construction , and the "shot pouch" must be so small as to not hold more than a single bb at one time.
You are not allowed to posses more than a single bb at one time. There shall be a 3 week waiting period for a "bb" renewal permit. All Renewal permits are not allowed as they banned with the last minute addition of "Ralphy's" amendment as you may "shoot your eye out" with said "bb" even though this law pertains to slingshot, and not "bb" guns - It was decided in a committee hearing that it was some dead congressman's favorite "holiday" movie (The movies name was "A Christmas Story" - but another amendment in this law changed this movies name to a more political correct "A Holiday Story"). You will be allowed an unlimited supply of bb's as long as it does not exceed two per life time. (I know - again contradicting language of the law, but this is how the law was written)
The Rock must be serial numbered, and coated in a rubberized Styrofoam material that has yet to be designed, and must be kept at the local police station unless in use by the registered owner. Permission must be given from all elected officials before said rock can be removed from the police station, but your neighbors must first be notified via Email that you are a registered "rock possessor" along with your home and work addresses listed, and all of these neighbors with in a 25 mile radius of your home and work, and the route to and from said home and work must be notified, and all of these neighbors must reply with written approval with a legally binding agreement that you are of sound mental abilities, and that you are responsible for any and all injuries that they incur while you are in possession of said rock even if said rack was not used to cause any of these perceived injuries. And all local state, and federal interested parties must agree on the EPA disposal plan for the said rock before actual possession of said rock can occur. But this is only after the storage fee of $5 per day is paid can the said rock be actually removed from the police station.