One of the stupidest anti-gun bills ever proposed is dead. Money talks B. S. Walks as logic pervails in New York
N.Y. Budget Committee Strikes Down
Ballistics Imaging and Microstamping
COMMITTEE APPROVES BUDGET MINUS ANTI-GUN PROVISIONS . . . NSSF is pleased to announce that a joint New York state budget committee today voted on a revised budget (AB 9055D) that repeals the ballistics-imaging (COBIS) requirement from state law. Anti-gun legislators had also tried to include a provision in the bill that would have mandated microstamping throughout the state. Remington Arms Co. and Kimber Manufacturing, both New York-based manufacturers, voiced strong opposition to microstamping in Albany. This is a tremendous victory for law-abiding firearm owners, retailers and manufacturers. NSSF encourages all New Yorkers to contact members of the Joint Budget - Public Protection/Criminal Justice/Judiciary Committee and thank them for their votes today.