Background checks for ammunition sales - required under New York's Safe Act - won't start anytime soon, New York State Police Superintendent Joseph D'Amico told lawmakers in Albany today.
The new gun laws, signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in January 2013,
require background checks on ammunition sales at point of purchase.
State police are still developing a system that won't disrupt sales and still comply with the law.
One more reason ammo is short: everybody in New Effing York is buying all they can before this state version of the Obamacare site is up.
"We're not ready to do it," D'Amico said. "When we are, we will give ample notice."
They don't have it, they don't know WHEN they'll have it, and
For now, it's unclear whether the ammo checks will require dealers to
buy extra equipment once a background check is in place. D'Amico said
the intention of the law is not to cause extra costs to dealers. But he
couldn't say for sure what would happen because the solution doesn't yet
Speaking of control freaks and their 'experiments', from NBC on the glorious Soviet past:
The towering presence, the empire that ascended to affirm a colossal
footprint. The revolution that birthed one of modern history’s pivotal
while showing this:
This is the network of Chris Matthews and Al Sharpton; of COURSE they have fond thoughts of the Soviet dictatorship; after all, what's a few tens of millions murdered compared to a glorious socialist society?