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NJ law bans tube fed 22LRs

My dad’s Remington Nylon 66 would be an “assault weapon” there.

6 Responses to “NJ law bans tube fed 22LRs”

  1. Lyle Says:

    Well sure. If criminals already enjoy a government-enforced monopoly on more powerful guns, why not grant them a government-enforced monopoly on some of the most popular rimfire 22s as well?

    It makes perfect sense to me– A corrupt government has more to fear from honest citizens than from other corrupt individuals, and so they’ll invariably attack, impugn and attempt to weaken honest citizens. It’s a simple and obvious (and entirely correct) threat assessment.

    “We struggle not with flesh and blood, but with Principalities, and corruption in high places.” That’s the long and short of it.

  2. NotClauswitz Says:

    My wife’s Winchester Model 90 circa 1931 would be banned too, and little .22-short gallery rifles.

  3. tjbbpgobIII Says:

    One of the best .22 calibers I ever owned.

  4. Chris Says:

    My 1960’s Sears .22 (J.C. Higgins model 31) is ALREADY an illegal assault weapon there because its tube can hold 17 rounds of .22lr.

  5. mikee Says:

    I missed the $89 SKS craze, the low-priced 2005 semiauto AK, the cheap 2006 used AR, so until now I never knew I owned an assault weapon.

    The $69 Marlin Model 60 I got at a clearance sale, however, now makes me a proud owner of an assault rifle!

    If I had some 511 pants I’d be ready to go to the mall and ninja around some.

  6. Adam Says:

    You can pry my Henry lever .22LR with the octagonal barrel option from my cold dead fingers.

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