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    Default Curios and relics must be registered within 30 days of their transfer into New York ?

    I just read this paragraph in the "Guide to The New York Safe Act for Members of the Division of State Police".....


    Curios and relics may still be legally purchased and brought into the State but they must be registered within 30 days of their transfer into New York. The restrictions on transfers, applicable to Assault Weapons, do not apply to relics or curios.


    Registered within 30 days?!!

    Has anybody heard of this?
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    Doesn't that say one thing and then contradict itself?? I hate political language ... only the moron that wrote it THINKS they know what it means.
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    My take on it was: All it means is that you can still buy and bring in C&R rifles and register that meet their new AW definition. Stuff like MAS 49-56's, FN 49 and whatnot.

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    Register your Mosin.
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    ^^^ No.

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    I read through it again this morning.

    I think it applies to C&R high-capacity magazines only.

    You can still buy them, just need to register within 30 days.

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    Assault weapons 50 years old or older must be registered but are still transferable in NY.
    The SAFE act does not reference the C&R status of a firearms. They say "50 years"
    That should mean that a AR manufactured in 1980 will be able to be transferred to your descendents in 2030.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitexc View Post
    ^^^ No.
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    The idea of registering pre-WWII guns is eerily ironic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carrsgarage View Post
    The idea of registering pre-WWII guns is eerily ironic.
    I'm having a hard time thinking of any Pre WWII guns that would need to be registered. Maybe Mauser Broom handles and Luger Snail Drums?. A Mondragon?
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    M1 carbine with a bayonet lug is an example - c&r is anything over fifty so made prior to jan 1964. Early commercial cabines also - there are probably others but these come to mind

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    Maybe somebodys got an svt-40.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorD View Post
    M1 carbine with a bayonet lug is an example - c&r is anything over fifty so made prior to jan 1964. Early commercial cabines also - there are probably others but these come to mind
    Get ten round magazines and remove the bayonet lug and your M1 carbine is no longer an evil assault weapon.

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