Don’t Worry, Nobody is Coming for Your Guns….


…technically.  Because they are making you take your guns to them.

“It appears you are in possession of a rifle and/or Shotgun (listed below) that has an ammunition feeding device capable of holding more than five (5) rounds of ammunition. Rifles and shotguns capable of holding more than five (5) rounds of ammunition are unlawful to possess in New York City, as per NYC Administrative Code 10-306 (b).”

“You have the following options,” the letter explains.

“1. Immediately surrender your Rifle and/or Shotgun to your local police precinct, and notify this office of the invoice number. The firearm may be sold or permanently removed from the City of New York thereafter.

2. Permanently remove your Rifle and/or Shotgun from New York City and provide the following…Disposition Report/Registration Certificate…Notarized statement of permanent removal…Utility bill or other proof of residency regarding the address where the firearm will be stored outside the City of New York.

3. You may call to discuss the matter if you believe your firearm is in compliance…”

Thus begins the confiscation game.   The next time some far-left gun grabber tells you that registration will NOT lead to confiscation, and that firearms data bases are not a back door to registration, kindly inform them of Mayor Bloomberg and his Gauleiters in New York.  I can think of no more powerful justification for the Second Amendment than a government that wants to disarm me.

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5 responses to “Don’t Worry, Nobody is Coming for Your Guns….

  1. Reblogged this on Jesse Talks Back and commented:
    What guns? I rent mine from the local ATF gun stores ;)

  2. scottthebadger

    Here I thought we were a nation of laws, where municipalities could not just make up ordinances as they see fit, with no reference to the Constitution. Silly Badger.

  3. 77 11C20

    The section of the NYC admin. code they cite deals with magazines used in firearms not the weapons themselves. Limiting capacity to five rounds, Very strange use of the law. Sort of what you would expect from the current mayor’s administration.

    • ultimaratioregis

      The goal never was to restrict magazines, but instead to be used as a premise to confiscate weapons. It is Bloomberg’s (and Schumer’s) stated goal, why would anyone believe differently?