CUOMO IN HIGH CAP

Up to 1 year for each magazine.  That is up to 20 years for the magazines that make up this picture.  Does that sound right to anyone?  If they are loaded with more than 7 rounds, that will cost another $4,000 if it is the first offense and I am in my home.  That is for the mags only, not counting the years that I would get for not registering the Mak90 or SKS.  (I have no idea if these are all of the illegal mags that I own.)

       MAK 90             S&W 41               SKS                         GLOCK 17                   MAK 90

 

* § 265.36 Unlawful  possession  of  a large capacity ammunition feeding

device.

It shall be unlawful  for  a  person  to  knowingly  possess  a  large

capacity   ammunition   feeding  device  manufactured  before  September

thirteenth, nineteen hundred ninety-four, and if  such  person  lawfully

possessed  such  large capacity feeding device before the effective date

of the chapter of the laws of two thousand  thirteen  which  added  this

section,  that  has  a  capacity  of, or that can be readily restored or

converted to accept, more than ten rounds of ammunition.

An individual who has a reasonable belief that such device is of  such

a  character  that  it  may  lawfully be possessed and who surrenders or

lawfully disposes of such device within thirty days of being notified by

law enforcement or county licensing officials that  such  possession  is

unlawful  shall  not be guilty of this offense. It shall be a rebuttable

presumption that such person knows that such large  capacity  ammunition

feeding  device  may  not  be  lawfully  possessed if he or she has been

contacted by law enforcement or county licensing officials and  informed

that such device may not be lawfully possessed.

Unlawful possession of a large capacity ammunition feeding device is a

class A misdemeanor.

* NB Effective March 16, 2013

 

* § 265.37 Unlawful possession of certain ammunition feeding devices.

It  shall  be unlawful for a person to knowingly possess an ammunition

feeding device that such person lawfully possessed before the  effective

date  of  the  chapter  of the laws of two thousand thirteen which added

this section, that has a capacity of, or that can be readily restored or

converted to accept  more  than  seven  but  less  than  ten  rounds  of

ammunition,  where  such  device  contains  more  than  seven  rounds of

ammunition.

If such device containing more than  seven  rounds  of  ammunition  is

possessed within the home of the possessor, the person so possessing the

device  shall, for a first offense, be guilty of a violation and subject

to a fine of two hundred dollars, and for a second offense, be guilty of

a class B misdemeanor and subject to a fine of two hundred dollars and a

term of up to three months imprisonment.

If such device containing more than  seven  rounds  of  ammunition  is

possessed  in  any  location  other  than the home of the possessor, the

person so possessing the device shall, for a first offense, be guilty of

a class B misdemeanor and subject to a fine of two hundred dollars and a

term of up to six months imprisonment, and  for  a  second  offense,  be

guilty of a class A misdemeanor.

* NB Effective March 16, 2013

 

 

 

70.15 Sentences of imprisonment for misdemeanors and violation.

  1. Class A misdemeanor. A sentence of imprisonment for a class A

misdemeanor shall be a definite sentence. When such a sentence is

imposed the term shall be fixed by the court, and shall not exceed one

year; provided, however, that a sentence of imprisonment imposed upon a

conviction of criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth degree as

defined in subdivision one of section 265.01 must be for a period of no

less than one year when the conviction was the result of a plea of

guilty entered in satisfaction of an indictment or any count thereof

charging the defendant with the class D violent felony offense of

criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree as defined in

subdivision four of section 265.02, except that the court may impose any

other sentence authorized by law upon a person who has not been

previously convicted in the five years immediately preceding the

commission of the offense for a felony or a class A misdemeanor defined

in this chapter, if the court having regard to the nature and

circumstances of the crime and to the history and character of the

defendant, finds on the record that such sentence would be unduly harsh

and that the alternative sentence would be consistent with public safety

and does not deprecate the seriousness of the crime.

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