Law abiding New Yorkers will have a v...

Law abiding New Yorkers will have a very hard time buying ammunition

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Alice

Greig, NY

#1 Nov 14, 2013
Effective Jan. 15, 2014, sellers of ammunition must (1) register with the NYSP; (2) run buyer through a state created database of disqualifiers; keep records of sales that are electronically accessible to the state. Bans direct internet sales of ammo from that date on.
Cost to Register with New York State $ 650.00 per year.

Requires notification to police of the theft of ammunition
within 24 hours of discovery.

Dicks Sporting will stop selling ammunition
Walmart to stop selling,
Brass Pro shop may stop.
Alice

Greig, NY

#3 Nov 14, 2013
I like Utica Club wrote:
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A little inconvience never hurt. anyone. Readily ammunition on the other hand....
this will not stop any shooting or gun crimes,
Alice

Greig, NY

#5 Nov 14, 2013
I like Utica Club wrote:
<quoted text>
Nothing is ever going to be 100% absolute
But if you were away and someone robbed your house you certainly wouldn't remove the doors and windows and dismantal the alarm system because it didn't stop somebody from robbing your house.
Please explain what your statement has to do with government control.
socialist

New Paltz, NY

#6 Nov 14, 2013
I like Utica Club wrote:
<quoted text>
Nothing is ever going to be 100% absolute
But if you were away and someone robbed your house you certainly wouldn't remove the doors and windows and dismantal the alarm system because it didn't stop somebody from robbing your house.
Good point, I would add deterrents to future break-ins, not eliminate them. Just as I wouldn't want to be effectively disarmed by an increasingly bold police state, I certainly would prefer to preserve some level of protection for my family and property.
libtards

Bronx, NY

#8 Nov 14, 2013
I say with all sincerity, i hope all you libtards die a painful death and may your family suffer. Lines are being drawn remember who the dumbocrats are locally when it all goes down
Sheep

United States

#9 Nov 14, 2013
The direction this country is heading makes me sick and our founding fathers are probably turning over in their graves! This is what happens when delusional unrealistic sheep get into positions where they get to make decisions to only later make excuses as to why their sunshine and rainbow dreams failed. You don't disarm and inconvenience the law abiding citizens (who only try to do good to begin with) and leave them to the drooling rabid filthy wolves in the world, who don't care to follow the laws, have no problem breaking them and will do whatever they want regardless with no care or fear of the laughable punishments by a soft judicial system. Your literally taking good citizens who do their best to do what's right in this world and your criminalizing them overnight with these ridiculous limitations and bans which if I may also add goes directly against the right to bare arms for the law abiding citizen. This country should no longer be able to make the statement of being the land of the free because this nation has deviated so far from the fact that such a statement is no longer true.
Founding Father

Carthage, NY

#10 Nov 15, 2013
Sheep wrote:
The direction this country is heading makes me sick and our founding fathers are probably turning over in their graves! This is what happens when delusional unrealistic sheep get into positions where they get to make decisions to only later make excuses as to why their sunshine and rainbow dreams failed. You don't disarm and inconvenience the law abiding citizens (who only try to do good to begin with) and leave them to the drooling rabid filthy wolves in the world, who don't care to follow the laws, have no problem breaking them and will do whatever they want regardless with no care or fear of the laughable punishments by a soft judicial system. Your literally taking good citizens who do their best to do what's right in this world and your criminalizing them overnight with these ridiculous limitations and bans which if I may also add goes directly against the right to bare arms for the law abiding citizen. This country should no longer be able to make the statement of being the land of the free because this nation has deviated so far from the fact that such a statement is no longer true.
I'm so glad that someone finally gets it. Congratulations Sheep! Our original intent was clearly the right of the citizens to bare arms. It gets hot in the summertime.
Alice

Greig, NY

#11 Nov 15, 2013
I like Utica Club wrote:
<quoted text> Yes exactly. No law is going to be 100% absolute. Some criminals are going to find a way to beat the system , but you certainly don't put your hands in the air and say"these laws don't work work" you make Sure other criminals can't do the same thing.You make it harder not easier.Just like if someone robs your house you dont remove the doors and windows to make it easier for the next person to rob your house
It allows law enforcement officials to “preemptively seize a person’s firearms without a warrant if they have probable cause [that] the person may be mentally unstable or intends to use the weapons to commit a crime.
Alice

Greig, NY

#12 Nov 15, 2013
I like Utica Club wrote:
<quoted text>
A little inconvience never hurt. anyone. Readily ammunition on the other hand....
It allows law enforcement officials to “preemptively seize a person’s firearms without a warrant if they have probable cause [that] the person may be mentally unstable or intends to use the weapons to commit a crime.
Sheep

United States

#13 Nov 15, 2013
Founding Father wrote:
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I'm so glad that someone finally gets it. Congratulations Sheep! Our original intent was clearly the right of the citizens to bare arms. It gets hot in the summertime.
My error excuse the typos this is done on an iPhone and sometimes a missed typed word is auto corrected and I didn't proof read the statement after. But I figure ppl will catch my drift either way.
LMAO

Ithaca, NY

#15 Nov 15, 2013
Gun nuts would rather a dozen crazy people commit atrocities every month than a single gun owner be inconvenienced.
Duh

Massena, NY

#17 Nov 15, 2013
I like Utica Club wrote:
<quoted text>
Nothing is ever going to be 100% absolute
But if you were away and someone robbed your house you certainly wouldn't remove the doors and windows and dismantal the alarm system because it didn't stop somebody from robbing your house.
You can only rob a person...you can't rob a house...
one who knows

Carthage, NY

#19 Nov 15, 2013
Is it that difficult to just make your own ammunition? My ex-husband use to make his own ammunition; nothing bad ever happened to him or his gun.

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