Monday, March 18, 2013

SCOPE Legislative Report - 2013 Firearms Bills Introduced

SCOPE Legislative Report - 2013 Firearms Bills Introduced

Search Results Count = 8


Run Date: 03/17/13 11:35 PM

Bill No.
A5951 Corwin -- Authorizes a person to pass his or her guns to an immediate family member through his or her estate
No same as
Last Act: 03/11/13 referred to codes
Pos: No Position POSITION PAPER : NONE 2012 SESSION: NEW BILL
A5955 Katz -- Relates to repealing the New York SAFE Act of 2013
No same as
Last Act: 03/11/13 referred to codes
Pos: Support POSITION PAPER : NONE 2012 SESSION: NEW BILL
A6088 Rosenthal (MS) -- Prohibits entry to gun shows to anyone under twelve years of age
No same as
Last Act: 03/14/13 referred to economic development
Pos: Oppose POSITION PAPER : 2010 POS. PAPER 2012 SESSION: NEW BILL
A6094 Stec -- Relates to gun control, repealer
Same as S 3948 MARCHIONE
Last Act: 03/14/13 referred to codes
Pos: Support POSITION PAPER : NONE 2012 SESSION: NEW BILL
Comment: Repeals SAFE Act.
A6134 Ramos -- Provides for the sale, use and storage of nitric acid
Same as S 2884 LAVALLE
Last Act: 03/15/13 referred to economic development
Pos: Oppose POSITION PAPER : NONE 2012 SESSION: A4711
Comment: Any discussion of smokeless powder manufacture would be a felony.
S4039A ADAMS -- Exempts off-duty police officers and peace officers and retired police officers and peace officers from provisions pertaining to large capacity ammunition feeding devices
No same as
Last Act: 03/11/13 AMEND (T) AND RECOMMIT TO CODES
03/11/13 PRINT NUMBER 4039A
Pos: Oppose POSITION PAPER : NONE 2012 SESSION: NEW BILL
S4175 GOLDEN -- Includes possession of armor piercing, frangible or devastator ammunition as criminal possession of a weapon
No same as
Last Act: 03/12/13 REFERRED TO CODES
Pos: Oppose POSITION PAPER : 2012 POSITION 2012 SESSION: S2146
Comment: Badly flawed, technically incorrect, totally unecessary
S4256 BOYLE -- Relates to certain exemptions for licensed gunsmiths, manufacturers and dealers employed in the fulfillment of government, law enforcement, or other state and municipal contracts
No same as
Last Act: 03/15/13 REFERRED TO CODES
Pos: No Position POSITION PAPER : NONE 2012 SESSION: NEW BILL
Comment: SAFE Act fix for businesses dealing with firearms, etc.

IMO: 
FYI: I oppose any attempt to exclude law enforcement and or retired law enforcement from restrictions place upon regular non government citizens of New York. What I'm stating is why does Law enforcement working or retired get a free pass to posess and carry any firearm they desire?  Just what we need is a bunch of over the hill cops running aroud with more than 7 rounds locked and loaded. For what purpose? Another ego trip to appease the Law Enforcement community. This divides the citizens and firearms owners who pay taxes to be subjected to unfair regulations.
 Regards,
 BPB
 
 

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