The Second Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the New York SAFE Act of 2013 on Monday, October 19, 2015. That is bad news for the residents of New York, but it paves a path to a much more serious threat to the Second Amendment. Read the full story for details and the potential danger to your future gun ownership.
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I admit. I’m worried. The majority of the headlines don’t look good for gun owners this week—especially for New York and Connecticut. One writer goes so far as to say that a certain lawsuit on its way to the Supreme Court opens up the path for gun confiscation. Read more to find out what that lawsuit is…
Was the ban on online ammo sales to New York really repealed? What is going to happen to the young man that made his own shooting drone? Will military personnel finally be able to conceal carry on base? Answers to all these questions and more are in this week’s Shooter’s Log Weekly Wrap up.
American citizen Gabriel Razzano gets stripped of his Second Amendment-guaranteed rights when exercising his First Amendment rights. Read about Razzano’s 6+ year fight to restore his right to keep and bear arms in this well-articulated report from Guns Magazine field editor David Codrea.
New York has launched a new campaign, Start Up NY touting a business-friendly attitude by promising a 10-year tax holiday for any business that is started, relocates or expands in New York. During this same time, Mayor Bloomberg, Senator Schumer, Governor Cuomo and others have made every effort to show exactly why businesses should not trust the Excelsior state (Ever Upward). Tax free? Maybe. Needlessly over regulated? Most definitely. Remington has responded!
As the implementation dates draw ever closer for shooters in some states to turn over semi-auto rifles, give up magazines of a certain size, register heretofore unregistered firearms, and perhaps have guns confiscated, some observers are saying they expect that many gunowners will not comply with new local, state, and federal gun rules. And some law-enforcement officials are saying they won’t enforce laws they believe infringe on the 2nd Amendment.