When Norwich, Conn. police officers responded to a man-with-a-gun call in late February, they unfortunately had to use lethal force to stop a disturbed man. 41 shots. Six hits. A 15% hit rate. When the Connecticut lawmakers suggest a 10-round magazine limit, that equates to having one or two opportunities to stop a threat. Then, you’re SOL.
Common sense gun legislation. Having
eight rounds in a 10 round magazine, or having magazines with more than a 10 round capacity in New York will be is defined as criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree; a “Class D Violent Felony.” Wondering what some class E felonies in New York are?