New York Gun Laws
Comments: How tight are New York gun laws? Do they have separate laws for the city and suburbs?
Here it comes: Bloomberg wants more gun control
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg did what any good conservative mayor would do when facing a race of violent shootings in their city -- advocate for more gun control! Nevermind that NYC already has some of the strictest gun control in the country, which according to liberals should mean less gun crime, but that's not stopping Bloomberg from pursuing even tighter access to guns. When will progressives learn that criminals don't care about laws when preparing to commit crimes Ref. Source 5
New New York Gun Laws
The state Assembly voted to bolster New York's ban on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, with Gov. Andrew Cuomo expected to sign a package of tougher gun measures into law as early as Tuesday afternoon. The Democrat-dominated Assembly passed the bill Tuesday by a 104-43 vote after the state Senate approved it by a wide margin late Monday. Ref. USAToday
And So It Begins: New York Sending Out Gun Confiscation Notices
US Gun Related News
New Yorks SAFE Act is a bad, bad thing. It requires people to register, sell or transfer (out of state) assault rifles and high capacity magazines. Many Empire State gun and standard capacity ammunition magazine owners have complied. Many have not. So, at some point, the States gonna go get em. People on both sides of the law enforcement divide will die and the s will hit the fan. Meanwhile, there it is: the reason why expanded background checks, indeed all background checks and any type of registration, set the stage for confiscation. And tyranny.
New York attorney general sues NRA in effort to shut down powerful gun-lobbying organization. Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit Thursday in state court against the NRA, longtime CEO Wayne LaPierre and three other organizational leaders, laying out a wide array of alleged wrongdoing she says is enough to force the nonprofit to shut down. Ref. USAToday.
Supreme Court will review law on the right to carry concealed handguns. The high court will hear a challenge to New York's gun licensing requirements that could expand protections for carrying concealed weapons in public, potentially the first major Second Amendment case to be decided by the court in more than a decade. Ref. USAToday.