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So, what is the latest? If I buy ammo online does it have to ship to an ffl or not? Google seems to provide many different answers. Thanks for the help!
Tom711, TargetsportsUSA in Connecticut delivers right to my door. I emailed them twice about the law change but have not received a response. My advice is to order as much as you can right now and if you are near another state like PA., go there and buy it. No ID required. Hopefully with the lawsuits against hochul, this will all go away. Obviously she is targeting the wrong people, as she needs to look at her no cash bail debacle and start punishing the people who really commit the crimes. This whole "Gun Bill" is her childish response to the SCOTUS ruling. She doesn't like it so she punishes us. On the flip side, she will pay for baby killing - but that is another subject for another time. I am almost at the point where I can finally leave this socialist dictatorship state and move to a free state. Sorry for the long post.

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Been that way for 2 years LOL That's why I have been shipping ammo to my dealers. What planet have you been living on?!?!?!?!?!?!
That was in the original Safe Act that Commandant Cuomo rammed through in 2013; However, that particular piece of the act was rescinded three years later. This new "law" hochul is implementing reinstates the no online ammo orders. Below is the notice of suspending the ORIGINAL 2013 Safe Act ban for online ammo orders.

NY Safe Act - Online Ammunition Sales

Just mere days after celebrating our great nation’s independence, Republicans have taken a huge step forward for Second Amendment supports and making substantial changes to New York’s SAFE Act by fortifying an obligatory “memorandum of understanding”(M.O.U). State Senator James L. Seward has pushed for change since the 2013 when the SAFE act was originally sanctioned.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has agreed to suspend plans for background checks for ammunition sales in New York and allow internet sales of ammunition, changing part of the NY Safe Act, according to state Sen. James Seward.

“While I will continue to work for full repeal of the poorly crafted, over-reaching NY-SAFE Act, this is a significant accomplishment—and constitutes the only modifications that have been made to this law since it was enacted two years ago over my objection”. Seward has continually stated that the database for ammunition was faulty and "fraught with problems since it was first conceived," and be removing this aspect, it will prevent any future money from being squandered. With the backing and support of Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan and Jim Malatras, director of state operations, this can only be considered a big win for both the State of New York and for its private citizens. The focus of these changed laid in two parts “The two provisions that will be changed are both related to ammunition. The MOU, which was signed by New York State Director of Operations James Malatras and Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan, puts an end to the portion of the act that would establish a database and require those who purchase ammunition to undergo a background check. It also ends the moratorium on on-line purchases of ammunition”.

Below is the link for the full memo Mou - Ny Safe Act - 07-10-15 | PDF
 

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That MOU with the then Republican controlled Senate has been repealed by the 9/1/22 law.
Yes, I mentioned that above. hochul is reinstating the no online ammo purchases. Luckily I live very close to another state so I can just drive there (where people are free) to buy ammo. Not as convenient as having it delivered to my front door, but better than paying a fee to a FFL for receiving my ammo..
 

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Been that way for 2 years LOL That's why I have been shipping ammo to my dealers. What planet have you been living on?!?!?!?!?!?!


uhhh…no it hasn’t 😂 I just had two boxes of ammo delivered to my front door from Buds Gun Shop on Tuesday

They removed that piece of the safeact after the state didn’t have the manpower or funding to do background checks for ammo
 
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