... make my Lee-Enfield illegal?
Unusual for bolt action rifles, it has a ten round magazine (twice as big as the typical 5 round one). Also, the magazine is removable, although it was only removed by the British Tommies for cleaning (it was loaded via stripped clips, two clips of five rounds each). In fact, #2 Son's SKS is the same - a nominally removable 10 round magazine loaded via stripper clip.
But what are the chances that the Solons of the Empire State wrote a law that would not force me to divest myself of these magazines, if I were an inmate of that once great state? One suspects that the law is like Massachusetts' ban on possession of ammunition or ammunition components if you don't have a FID card - even expended .22 brass that has no other use than for scrap.
To even ask the questions is to provide the answers - the purpose of gun control legislation is to cast a net so wide and so onerous that lawful gun ownership will wither due to the fear of inadvertently running afoul of the court system. Meanwhile, gun violence will continue unabated.