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  1. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Greetings, What I'd like to do is take the shotgun in its case to the UPS Customer Center at 200 Park Avenue and simply ship it from there to the FFL address of the buyer. Does anyone know if there's a NYC law against an individual owner (as opposed to a NYC FFL) doing that? Anyone have...
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    New York, NY - -(Ammoland.com)- Hello Mr Trump. Many of our readers are very excited that you have thrown your hat in the ring to run for president in 2106. They like the idea that you have nothing to do with politics and that you have real experience running large, successful business...
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    Assemblyman Pete Lopez introduced a bill last Thursday that would extend New York City's current rent laws for four years. The best part of this bill is that Part B of the legislation would repeal Chapter 1 of the Laws of 2013, also know as the NY SAFE Act. In an interview, Lopez said that this...
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    10/9 - Dropped my application off at 1 Police Plaza. 12/26 - I received my interview letter (post marked 12/24) 1/24 - Had my interview. My I.O. told me that I would receive my approval letter in the mail in about 30 days. Almost two months since my interview and still haven't received...
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    Hi all, I've been visiting the forums for a decent amount of time as a guest, reading things here and there. I finally got around to applying for my NYC rifle/shotgun permit, and the waiting game begins. I saw a post on here somewhere, where someone posted the penal code regarding length of...
  6. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Hello Everyone, New Rifle/Shotgun NYC permit holder here. After a bunch of browsing I stumbled upon this rifle from Remington. MODEL 700™ VTR A-TACS Is there anything on this rifle that would prevent me from registering it in New York City? Any help is much appreciated. -Thanatos
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    After nine years the United States supreme court refused to consider the case after a lower court struck down the suit in 2005. The decision in 2005 was based on the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act which bans most suits against the firearms industry unless the manufacturer knowingly...
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    Everyone, I hope, has heard about the Supreme Court case of The District of Columbia v. Heller, where a security guard has stepped up to say that the D.C. gun ban is an unconstitutional infringement on the Second Amendment, his right to bear arms. The New York Sun has published that if gun...
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