This bill is so overreaching it boggles the mind. Besides your new definition of Assault Weapon seen in other states, this one includes many of the most popular semi auto pistols out there:
(1) DEFINITIONS.—As used in this section, the term:
(a) “Assault weapon” means:
A semiautomatic pistol, or any semiautomatic, centerfire
or rimfire rifle with a fixed magazine, which has the capacity
to accept more than 10 rounds of ammunition.
Also, the simple possession of parts which can be interpreted by somebody as belonging to an “Assault Weapon” would be illegal.
A conversion kit, part, or combination of parts from
which an assault weapon can be assembled if the kit, part, or combination of parts is in the possession or under the control of the same person.
Just imagine that you obeyed the law and got rid of your Glock 19 Assault Weapon, but somehow forgot that NY Trigger kit and was to be found by authorities? Yup, it is as bad as if you owned a fully functional, fully automatic FAL and just sprayed a bus full of nuns.
Of course, Ms. Joyner offer us alternatives: We can send the EBRPS (Evil Black Rifle, Pistol, Rifle) to another state ( Gun Exile), we can turn it to the proper authorities for destruction or, if you are a really really good boy, you can register your EBRPS with the Department of Law Enforcement and they shall do a background check on you and, if you shall pass it, you get to register your EBRPS and only 3 of those evil assault magazine clips barretes/placemats/holders that carry boolits. Oh yes, you have only 6 months to be registered or you are pffffft!
Speaking of evil assault magazine clips barretes/placemats/holders, no magazines over 10 rounds whether fixed or removable are allowed and that includes tubular mags. I did not see exceptions anywhere for the Henry Lever action rifle in .22LR so that makes it an EBRPS because it has a tubular magazine that carries 15 rounds. Same as with EBRPS, the simple possession of a part that can be used in an evil assault magazine clips barretes/placemats/holders is now illegal. You have the floor plate for an AK 47? Ay-ya-yay!
Still reading the bill and trying to translate the legalese to less than BS or English. Anyway, it is safe to say we should start pestering our State Rep and Senator plus Attorney general Bondy and Governor Scott….like right this frigging minute.