This is a discussion on NY's "safe act" going to State supreme court March 11th within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; http://www.stargazette.com/article/2...xt%7CFRONTPAGE...
We need this law now! But we're going to give one year to comply.
Hardly an immediate necessity.
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If the plaintiffs prevail I think the NY State Legislature will merely go back and debate it for three days and pass it again.
This following sentence form the article is all telling:
The law, passed Jan. 15, grandfathers in assault weapons already owned by New Yorkers and requires owners to register the guns with the state. So it does not ban possession or ownership of the weapons outright, state officials have said.
^^^^^^^It shouldn't take a Philadelphia Lawyer^^^^^^^
to figure out where this will lead.
What they left out for the "shortsighted" individuals in society, who have not picked up on how government rolls on things of this nature is the following sentence : "Until we decide they pose an even greater unforseen threat, and then we'll ban them oughtright"
When will the people who have been and are asleep ath the wheel realize that THEY REALLY DO WANT TO CONFISCATE ALL THE GUNS!
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