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  • I agree with you that it is probably banned. I suggest that you check with a local FFL holder to make sure. It is easy to get make a error with the messed up state laws. Also we are not buds employees we are volunteers that answer questions. we do make errors but most of us really take the time to try and look things up and give good advise. Best answers are selected by the person who asked the question and some of them select the answer that they wanted to get not the correct answer


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  • Hi Wyatt, With passage of the NY SAFE ACT OF 2013, assault weapons are now defined as all semi-automatic pistols and rifles with detachable magazines and one military style feature. This means the pistol grip on the Hi-Point 995TS makes it an illegal assault weapon! (((This is a very accurate compliant engine for NY firearms))) : https://safeact.ny.gov/registration-questionnaire


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  • With passage of the NY SAFE ACT OF 2013, assault weapons are now defined as all semi-automatic pistols and rifles with detachable magazines and one military style feature. This means the pistol grip on the Hi-Point 995TS makes it an illegal assault weapon! (((This is a very accurate compliant engine for NY firearms))) : https://safeact.ny.gov/registration-questionnaire


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  • Hi Wyatt. I think the lynch pin here is that NY restrictions applies to the actual dynamics of the "detachable" magazine. This firearms magazine is inserted directly in the pistol grip same as a regular pistol and not in "the other" location such as an AR or AK rifle, carbine or pistol.