NY rolls out Anti-GunCare

Breitbart: NY Tells Pistol Permit Holders to Re-Certify, Has No Re-Certification Process in Place

New York pistol permit holders who acquired their permit prior to 2013 are now required to re-certify, but the state has not set up a website through which re-certification can begin.

The re-certification requirement is part of the body of gun controls contained in the SAFE Act, which Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) signed into law on January 16, 2013, in reaction to the attack on Sandy Hook Elementary.

WHEC 10 talked to pistol permit holder Christopher Greco. He has had his permit for 10 years, and SAFE Act requirements mandate that he renew it more frequently. The problem–the website he needs for the renewal process does not exist.

Greco said:

I think they had more than ample time to put a process in place, they’ve had more than four years to do this, why is it taking them so long? I think a lot of people are frustrated, a lot of responsible gun owners are frustrated. A lot of people that do the right thing, like myself, are frustrated.

Pistol permit issues are usually handled with county clerks, but re-certification is “being handled by state police.” And that is why permit holders have to go through a website. However, Monroe County Clerk Adam Bello says the site is not live, adding, “They have not informed us of a launch date yet though in terms of when the website will go live.”


8 Comments on NY rolls out Anti-GunCare

  1. in·fringe·ment
    1. the action of breaking the terms of a law, agreement, etc.; violation.
    2. the action of limiting or undermining something.
    “the infringement of the right to keep and bear arms”

  2. Gun owners need to get out of there! Take their tax $ out of NY & go to somewhere that is gun-friendly (and most likely cheaper to live, another plus!)

  3. Why isn’t the DoJ investigating this violation of the Bill of Rights?

    If NYers suddenly began to enslave Czechs (or, God forbid, negroes) you can bet your ass that Lynch and the Lynching parties would be neck deep in it. Or if NY decided that certain people weren’t entitled to their 5th Amendment rights and started water-boarding ragheads (for instance) there would be a hue and a cry that would resound around the world!

    Why are some rights more equal than others?
    Who decides?
    The fabulous Black-Robed political hacks on the SCROTUS?
    Sorry, SCROTUS, rights are RIGHTS, not privileges.

    izlamo delenda est …

  4. I expect this to go the way of the ammunition background checks. An MOU will be released saying that this isn’t plausible at this time…

    Basically it was Cuomo posturing to show he’s a leftist, but now that it’s been passed, he doesn’t want to overly tick off upstate.

    That’s me being positive, but I even have doubt about how realistic this is.

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