I noticed not only are Ruger's Mini-14's and Mini-Thirty's are not on the list, but neither are Springfield M1A's or any of the M-14 variants. However, I'm sure it's just an oversight. It states right there, the list is not all inclusive. That's just all the nasty guns they could think of off the top of their heads that day. I'm predicting the size of that list will be doubled in a months time.
Also notice that people who already own those weapons are not allowed to sell or transfer them to anyone else! So your options are to turn them in and take a huge financial loss, or you have one year to register them! After that, you're an instant criminal subject to a nice lengthy prison term.
Not only would I never live in New York, but now I'll never step one foot in that Commie state for a vacation. I will also be looking closely to any products I buy that comes from New York. If I could possibly avoid sending any of my money to New York, I will. That may not be possible for everything I buy, but I am forever more going to be checking closely for items made in New York or bought from a company or store located in New York. If there's an alternative, I'll opt for doing business outside of that freaking state.