REPEAL OR ALTER?

by New York Grassroots Groups

(Jan. 22, 2015) — Momentum is Growing – The Halls in Albany are Rumbling – Pressure is Mounting

This is the 3rd Safe Act Repeal bill WE are sending in our continuing series. This one is complicated and broadens the scope to other statutes. ALL the cosponsors should be deeply questioned on this bill……including Nojay and Tenney. [**I hope a lawyer weighs in here**]

*Assemblyman Dan Stec “G” Law Amendment Bill [READ the legislation below]*

It is clear Gun Bans DO work – for the Terrorists and Criminals

[Flyers for distribution far and wide are available contact albel1@aol.com  – Keep Fighting]

America – The Home of the Brave – Protectors of Society

Wa Da WE Want – OUR GUNS
Wa Da WE Need – OUR GUNS
When do WE Want ’em – NOW

When do WE Need ‘em – FOREVER

Why? ……….To Protect One Another

Assemblyman Stec Gun Law Amendment Bill:……. This one is complicated:

BILL NO A02391
SAME AS SAME AS
SPONSOR: Stec (MS)
COSPNSR: MLTSPNSR Barclay, Borelli, Corwin, Crouch, Duprey, Finch, Goodell, Hawley, Kolb, Nojay, Oaks, Palmesano, Tenney, Walter
Amd (Amend): SS446-a, 552, 656-a & 780-a, Fam Ct Act;
Amd: SS240 & 252, Dom Rel L;
Rpld Art 39-DDD, Gen Bus L;
Rpld S9.46, Ment Hyg L;
Rpld SS37, 38, 46 & 51,
Amd S58,Chap 1 of 2013;
Amd SS265.02 & 400.00,
Rpld SS265.01-b, 265.36, 265.37, 265.45,400.02 & 400.03 Pen L;
Rpld S2509, SCPA
Relates to the suspension and revocation of a license to carry firearms;
Relates to the applicability of certain provisions of the penal law, large capacity ammunition feeding devices, and gun licenses;
Relates to effectiveness of certain provisions of the NY SAFE Act relating to suspension and revocation of firearms licenses, private sale or disposal of firearms, rifles or shotguns;
Establishes a minimum age to possess a firearm;
Repeals various other provisions of law relating to the NY SAFE Act.
 
A02391 Text:
S T A T E O F N E W Y O R K
2391
2015-2016 Regular Sessions
I N A S S E M B L Y
January 16, 2015
Introduced by Member of Assembly STEC –
Multi-Sponsored by — Members of Assembly: BARCLAY, BORELLI, CORWIN, CROUCH, DUPREY, FINCH, GOODELL, HAWLEY, KOLB, NOJAY, OAKS, PALMESANO, TENNEY, WALTER
Read once and referred to the Committee on Codes
AN ACT to amend the family court act, in relation to the suspension and revocation of a license to carry firearms; to amend the domestic relations law, in relation to orders of protection; to amend the penal law, in relation to the applicability of certain provisions of the penal law, large capacity ammunition feeding devices, and gun licenses;
to amend section 58 of chapter 1 of the laws of 2013 amending the criminal procedure law and other laws relating to suspension and revocation of firearms licenses; private sale or disposal of firearms, rifles or shotguns and establishing a minimum age to possess a firearm, in relation to the effectiveness thereof;
and to repeal article 39-DDD of the general business law relating to the private sale or disposal of firearms, rifles and shotguns, section 9.46 of the mental hygiene law relating to reports of substantial risk or threat of harm by mental health professionals, sections 37, 38, 46 and 51 of chapter 1 of the laws of 2013, amending the criminal procedure law and other laws relating to suspension and revocation of firearms licenses;
private sale or disposal of firearms, rifles or shotguns and establishing a minimum age to possess a firearm relating to gun control, section 265.01-b of the penal law relating to criminal possession of a firearm, section 265.36 of the penal law relating to unlawful possession of a large capacity ammunition feeding device, 265.37 of the penal law relating to unlawful possession of certain ammunition feeding devices, 265.45 of the penal law relating to the safe storage of rifles, shotguns, and firearms, 400.02 of the penal law relating to the statewide license and record database and 400.03 of the penal law relating to sellers of ammunition, and section 2509 of the surrogate’s court procedure act relating to a firearms inventory
EXPLANATION–Matter in ITALICS (underscored) is new; matter in brackets[ ] is old law to be omitted.
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  1. Well, it seems to ease many of the restrictions to access of firearms and Registration and conceal carry permits, but remains biased against “semi-automatic” pistols and rifles.

    Maybe New York should try this;

    ” ,,,, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed. …”

    Infringed = trespassed, invaded, overstepped, encroached upon, intruded upon, interfered with, impinged upon, disobeyed, disregarded, breached, broken, violated, contravened, transgresses, flouted …