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I don't know what's good about this. They want to exempt some privileged. I didn't know people transfer large amounts of stocks and bonds. Didn't that happen in the 90's and 80's?
 

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I see your point BUT, if this had passed it would also have been able to help some of our cases, because they are expressing a legitimate need/use for magazines of greater capacity. Then again the last decision may help us out in the long run too. If 7 is arbitrary so is 10 and any limit.
 

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1. A person is fingerprinted and those prints are then sent to the New York State Police to begin the investigation.
2. The person is checked for prior conviction.
3. The person must provide 3 letters of recommendations from people that know the individual.
4. Eventually the application will go before a local court and a Judge will make the final decision.

It is equally important to remember that men and women retire from federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies but then go to work in the private sector.
They protect large sums of money, precious stones, and even other people from those that would attempt to steal, rob, or kidnap.

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Any one of us that could qualify should have the same option. What about equal protection?
I have money, ( not large sums but money is money )
I have precious property, ( not stones but my stuff is still valuable to me )

And the best one yet ...
" and even protect ( OTHER ) people from those that would attempt to steal, rob, or kidnap "

Um, I don't know about ( OTHER ) people.
But I do know that I want to protect my loved ones with the best tools available. From steal, rob, or kidnap

A person does not need large sums of money or precious stones to be a target for the bad guys.


I hope this post made sense to ya'll
 

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I don't know what's good about this. They want to exempt some privileged. I didn't know people transfer large amounts of stocks and bonds. Didn't that happen in the 90's and 80's?
that's how leftists launder their campaign and PAC money.
 

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All for one and one for all.
We're in this together till the Safe Act is gone.
 

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These people are not your everyday people but instead specialist in protection services. This legislation identifies the important job that he or she does and recognizes the dangers they face along with the skills involved in doing those jobs. When recognizing all this, we must also make available the tools necessary to assure those that are in this line of work be allowed to carry weapons to stop anyone, at anytime, that would threaten them or those they protect.
And there they've stated it. There are some who are above others. I hate being an ordinary, everyday person.
 

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I'm not an average everyday person. I'm an extremist. Did they forget that already?
 

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1. A person is fingerprinted and those prints are then sent to the New York State Police to begin the investigation.
2. The person is checked for prior conviction.
3. The person must provide 3 letters of recommendations from people that know the individual.
4. Eventually the application will go before a local court and a Judge will make the final decision.

Isn't that pretty much how you got said CCW?

 

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Armored car guards....My buddy's Dad ( ex- Sherrif's Dept and finished his time as a Corrections Officer ) worked for an Armored Car company...
From his stories, they're not lets say, Delta Force..
 

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Still the same idiot writing.

"Knowing this process gives a much better understanding who eventually is allowed to carry a concealed weapon. It is therefore irrelevant whether there are 7 or 10 bullets in a clip."

MAGAZINE.
 

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1. A person is fingerprinted and those prints are then sent to the New York State Police to begin the investigation.
2. The person is checked for prior conviction.
3. The person must provide 3 letters of recommendations from people that know the individual.
4. Eventually the application will go before a local court and a Judge will make the final decision.

Isn't that pretty much how you got said CCW?

Less, I needed 4 for my CCW
 

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In NY most armed guards need a pistol license. SOME armed guards are also peace officers - I don't know the process for those guys.

If memory serves me correct, the guys who work at our nuclear facilities have some exemptions. For example, I think they still carry 30rd mags in the ARs on site, and full cap mags in their side arms.

It will pass, because money drives much of how the mare runs in this state. Remember, the best way to have a fairly unrestricted permit in any county that issues restricted permits is to show regular cash deposits of over $10k more than 8 times a month (two trips per week).

Your high school daughter gets train-raped, and the perps walk on a technicality, then burn your car and threaten to burn down your house? Chances are you are NOT getting an unrestricted permit.
 

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They should be no different than the rest of us schlubs. No exemptions.
Yep.

The only part of the SAFE Act I was ever happy about was that it initially applied to cops too (on paper at least). **** em, if it's good for everybody else, it's good enough for them.
 
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