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phade

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it will be the same for gasoline powered vehicles soon as well.  Everyone says .... "i will just go to PA and buy one", sure then try to register it in NY .....

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4 minutes ago, GreeneHunter said:

If " they " cannot stop 8 million illegals at the border how will "they" stop Ammo from coming into New York ?

easily. "They" will put effort into this cause it fits "their" agenda.  

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I’m guessing the plan is to attack the dealers and somehow find ways to litigate them across state lines. You don’t need to be right - you just need to have a war chest. As a small shop even defending a lawsuit can put you out of business cost wise.

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^^ beat me to it.. similar to how shops across state lines will only sell you NY legal firearms even though they'll sell other (non NY compliant) items to residents. They ask for an ID. if it's NY, you get one set of inventory to shop. If it's not NY, you get a different set of inventory to shop. 

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2 minutes ago, Bolt Action said:

^^ beat me to it.. similar to how shops across state lines will only sell you NY legal firearms even though they'll sell other (non NY compliant) items to residents. They ask for an ID. if it's NY, you get one set of inventory to shop. If it's not NY, you get a different set of inventory to shop. 

Go to Florida, they sell you whatever they have. This is a pathetic joke that will not be enforced. This country isn’t that big. Pretty easy to drive to Kentucky or WV. 

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NY cannot do anything to out of state shops selling ammo. I don’t need to show my ID in PA, for example. PA isn’t suddenly going to ask a New Yorker for his/her ID before selling them ammo because no PA or federal law requires them to do so. 
 

This would be completely unenforceable if not also unconstitutional. As a NJ resident that hunts NY frequently, how can they stop me from using ammo I bought in NJ or any other state??  The answer is they cannot. This is just the anti 2A crowd attempting to poke a stick in our eyes. They know laws like this won’t stay in place, but they get the mileage they are looking for. Once struck down by the Courts, they’ll just come up with another unconstitutional law and repeat. 

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They will make the ramifications for it so aggregious that many people will not do it.  Have troopers stop at gun clubs to check ammo, DEC while out in the field.   

Then if you get caught they will revoke your pistol permit and possibly take long rifles as it will be a felony.  

Don't underestimate.

  And as @Bucksnbowssaid if it struck down just put another lawn out there.  Same as they did for pistol permits. 

It's the way of the future whether we like it or not. We are outnumbered in this state. 

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50 minutes ago, phade said:

I’m guessing the plan is to attack the dealers and somehow find ways to litigate them across state lines. You don’t need to be right - you just need to have a war chest. As a small shop even defending a lawsuit can put you out of business cost wise.

Ny’s attorney general will send letters to other states just like buying on the internet.

One brick at a time.

Anyone considering reloading should be buying supplies right now. Even if short primers, there is powder,brass,bullets,equipment available now. A few well placed contacts out of state can help in the future…..

But the ban is coming.

And it’ll take YEARS to settle through the courts; and dont count on it being on the side you expect.

Supreme Court specifically gave warning dont infringe in the Bruen ruling and NY passed more anti laws and SC havent done squat, nor will they. 

None of this is ever getting repealed.

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