I was thinking the opposite way; since it doesn’t have a pistol grip or a bayonet lug, it might be legal in New York State (please bear in mind that I am not a lawyer, nor have I ever played one on TV or in the yard); but then I saw that it has a removable magazine, so it might be classified as an assault stick in New York state.
Would someone explain how bayonet lugs affect the ballistic performance of projectiles.
In order to carry the above-shown weapon in an East Coast urban environment the current detachable magazine would have to be replaced with the latest issue of The New Yorker, Time, or for extra high-capacity stupidity, Rolling Stone. The aforementioned modification to the currently threatening-in-appearance “boomstick” could possibly reduce the intimidation factor of said weapon system.
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