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- Sure, it's not about confiscation
NYC sends out notices to owners of registered guns that can take over five rounds: get them out of the city or turn them over. PS–I’m still diagnosing the problem with the spam filter, might have it …
- MAIG and the criminal process
“Illegal Mayors Against Guns” in the in the New York Post. Perhaps MAIG should have a background check requirement for its members? …
- NSSF lawsuit dismissed
Only Guns and Money has the story. The newest CT gun law was passed in a way that violates its statutes, but the District Court ruled that NSSF (and by implication anyone else) does not have standing …