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Are high capacity magazines legal?

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Are high capacity magazines legal?

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Newly manufactured large capacity ammunition feeding devices (hi-cap mags) with a capacity of more than 10-rounds are not legal. However, those made before that magical date of September 14, 1994 are exempt from the law, no matter what their capacity is. Even 100 round pre-ban Beta magazines are legal, but they cost a small fortune. Q: Since the federal ban has sunset and new magazines are being made without LEO markings, is it safe to purchase new manufacture magazines as there is no way to prove whether they are pre-ban or not? A: Do whatever you want; it’s your *** on the line, not anybody else’s. Frankly, there are plenty of pre-bans out there for the taking, so why risk it? Get some pre-bans, be able to prove their date of manufacture, and have fun without fear of losing your guns or the right to own guns over a stupid and ineffective law. Q: I’m moving to NY from [insert state name here]. Can I bring my rifles and pistols? A: As long as your rifles don’t violate the AWB laws, yes

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Newly manufactured large capacity ammunition feeding devices (hi-cap mags) with a capacity of more than 10-rounds are not legal. However, those made before that magical date of September 14, 1994 are exempt from the law, no matter what their capacity is. Even 100 round pre-ban Beta magazines are legal, but they cost a small fortune.

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