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2017-2018 Proposed New York Gun Legislation
  Posted January 6th, 2017 01:03 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvania
admin

Posts: 531

This thread will be updated on a regular basis when new bills come in for New York.

Note: We will only post legislation we feel is negative or positive, those new bills which don't actually effect your rights will not be included but you can always find them on the state legislation page.

To view proposed New York legislation click here


Starting off:

S00896 would outlaw phone covers that look like firearms

S00879 is an interesting bill. It appears an upstate legislator is attempting to change all firearm suspension laws to only apply to the counties of Suffolk, Nassau, Kings, Queens, Richmond, New York, Bronx and Westchester, basically telling the city they don't want their stupid laws

S00807 would create a 'sportmans weekend' starting the last Friday in August when certain firearms and sporting goods would be tax free

S00803 would create the offense of illegal gun trafficking for anyone selling stolen or altered firearm and would make it a class D felony

S00739 would allow anyone issued a license for gunsmithing or a dealer in firearms to use that license to carry a firearm anywhere they wish

S00470 would require all new firearms sold to be capable of microstamping

S00451 would require all firearm license to be processed in no more than 180 days

S00437 would require all employees and owners of a firearm dealers to under go background checks (ATF already requires this)

S00432 would require all gun dealers to do massive amounts of work, including locking all firearms in a safe during non-business hours in an attempt to stop illegal gun trafficking

S00354 would only allow purchasing of firearms from businesses that can prove they are 'responsible dealers'

S00353 would require all departments, boards, bureaus, commissions or agencies of the state of New York and local governments to sell their firearms to another law enforcement agency or they are to be sold to an agency that will destroy them

S00320 would require all police officers to report every discharge of their weapon(s) immediately to their superiors no matter when or how the discharge occurred

S00310 would create the crime of 'firing into a crowded space' ... only problem is it only applies to people 18 years old or older

S00202 would make it a crime to sell ammunition to a minor and would require businesses to check ids for the age of the person buying the ammo

S00197 would repeal Section  1. Chapter 1 of the S.A.F.E. act

S00192 would make 25% of the purchase price of firearm safety devices deduct able from income taxes

S00191 would provide a 50% tax credit for the purchase of a gun safe, up to $500

S00135 would allow anyone that has a pistol or revolver license to carry it while attending a pre-license firearms safety course and while under the supervision of the instructor

S00067 would allow police officers to seize firearms and ammunition from any home that they are called to for any domestic call

S00063 would impose additional fees on all firearm sales to establish a gun violence research fund

S00034 would make the possession or sale of armor piercing ammunition a class B felony

S00021 would specify exactly what colors can be used to make 'imitation weapons'

A00349 would require anyone wishing to renew a firearm license to show proof of personal liability insurance

A00224 would make all firearm license information private and immune from freedom of information requests

A00145 would require anyone that is taken to the hospital by police for mental examination to surrender their firearms and would require a 'cooling off' period once they are released before the firearms can be returned

  Posted January 7th, 2017 11:27 am

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

New today:

S01050 would authorize game preserves and hunting clubs to sell ammunition for use at there facility

S01193 would restrict the sale of ammunition to only those type a person is allowed to own - makes no sense

  Posted January 7th, 2017 03:13 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

New today S00848 would repeal the large capacity magazine ban enacted under the S.A.F.E. act

 

  Posted January 8th, 2017 12:18 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

New today S01140 would add siblings, grandparents and grandchildren to the list of immediate family that firearms can be transferred to without a background check

  Posted January 11th, 2017 01:54 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

New today:

A00456 would outlaw gun shows held in property owner by any government agency

A00457 would make it a crime to store any firearm that is not in a person's immediate possession unless it is locked in a safe or has a trigger lock installed

A00468 would require firearm a safety course be completed and a certificate issued before a firearm license can be issued

A00563 would make it a crime to store any firearm that is not in a person's immediate possession unless it is locked in a safe or has a trigger lock installed

A00800 would outlaw the sale of ammunition to anyone that can not produce a firearm license

A00806 would make the state a 'shall issue' state for non-residents provided they have a license from their home state and can pass a background check

A00878 would allow shooting clubs and preserves to sell ammunition for use on their property without having to register as a seller of ammunition

A00897 would require a hearing prior to revoking a firearm license whenever the director of community services makes a report pursuant to section 9.46 of the mental hygiene  law

A00914 is a 'ghost gun' bill

A00980 would require the surrender of firearms for certain misdemeanors

A00986 would exempt active and retired police officers, peace officers and correction officers from disclosure of pistol permits under the freedom of information act

S01320 would limit the sale of ammunition for 'assault weapons' to two times the firearm's capacity every 120 days

S01414 would extend the waiting period for a NICS background check to 10 days before the firearm can be transferred

S01508 would outlaw firearms that 'look like everyday objects'

S01669 would require anyone holding a gun buyback program to check all firearm serial numbers and attempt to find and return any firearm found to be stolen to its rightful owner before destroying it

  Posted January 14th, 2017 01:01 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

New today:

A01213 would outlaw digitally made magazines (ghost magazines)

A01224 would allow responding officers to temporarily seize all firearms from a home where there has been a report of domestic abuse

S01754 would repeal the ban on firearms on college properties

A01466 would allow licensed security guards to posses high capacity magazines

S02070 would remove the high capacity magazine language from the S.A.F.E. act and repeal language that allowed the release of applicant information

S02181 would make armor piercing ammunition illegal

S02182 would allow law enforcement to remove firearms from a home where there has been a report of domestic violence

S02190 would require all firearm shipped into the state to have a fired shell casing with them

S01997 would repeal section one chapter one of the S.A.F.E act

A01215 would limit the sale of ammunition for 'assault rifles' to two times the magazine capacity every 120 days

A01298 would prohibit the sale of ammunition to anyone 'not authorized' to own the firearm

S01996 would remove exemptions for firearm owner information being released under the freedom of information action

A01627 would eliminate any state police fee for recertification of certain fiream licenses

S02476 would limit firearm sales to one per month and would enact a 10 day waiting period

A01708 would require all firearm manufacturers that ship them into the state to include a spent casing that has been fired from that gun

A01668 would provide a 50% tax credit for the purchase of a gun safe up to $500

  Posted January 22nd, 2017 03:13 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

New this week:

A01990 would make it a crime to leave any firearm out of your immediate possession if it not not locked or otherwise secured

A02175 would prohibit anyone from owning a firearm unless they have passed a firearm proficiency examination

S02503 would repeal much of the SAFE act

S02517 would allow private investigators, bail enforcement agents, watch, guard, or patrol agency employees, security guards and armored car guards to use high capacity magazines while working

S02519 would repeal section 1 and section 37 of the SAFE act (assault weapons)

S02673 would add an incredible amount of regulations to any business that sells firearms or ammunition

S02775 would allow the willing of firearms to certain family members

S02831 would require any firearm made with a 3D printer to have a serial number and be registered with the state

S02857 would require all firearm owners to have a million dollar liability policy

A02089 would allow mental health professionals to disclose if they feel a patient may pose a risk and would allow law enforcement to revoke firearm licenses from that person

S02921 would require national guard recruiters to be provided a side arm while working

S03014 would require law enforcement to issue carry licenses to any active duty military who has a license from their home state within 60 or receiving an application. It would also allow active military to carry on their home state license for a maximum of 90 days

S03041 would enact a 10 day waiting period for all firearm sales to the public

S03043 would make it a crime to purchase more than 1 firearm every 30 days

S03049 would prohibit concealed carry in any national park or national wildlife refuge system

  Posted January 30th, 2017 04:43 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

New last week:

S03547 would require anyone that owns a firearm to get a firearm safety certificate

A02847 would repeal several sections of the SAFE act including the high capacity magazine ban

A02947 would ban so-called 'ghost guns'

A02959 would prohibit anyone on the terrorist watch list from owning firearms

S03382 would allow for the transfer of firearms to immediate family members upon a person's death. It would also change certain provisions as to who may have high capacity mags.

S03394 would repeal registration requirements imposed by the SAFE act and would make records regarding firearms exempt from public disclosure

S03444 would require all firearms sold in the state to include some form of childproofing

S03563 would allow the immediate transfer of firearms to immediate family members on a person's death

S03605 would limit rifle and shotgun sales to one every 90 days

S03659 would ban 50 caliber firearms and would require existing owners to register them with the state and in certain circumstances sell them to the state

S03695 would permit retired law enforcement to own high capacity magazines

A03097 would increase penalties for those convicted of a drug crime while in possession of a firearm

S03716 would remove the ban on firearms on property held in trust for the benefit of the New York State College of Forestry at Syracuse University,

SO3694 would add siblings, and parents to the definition of immediate family in regards to transferring firearms without a background check

  Posted February 14th, 2017 05:36 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

New this week:

A03421 would allow the immediate transfer of firearms to immediate family when someone dies. It also make all registration information private

A03661 would set up gun violence restraining orders very similar to California law

A03729 would ban 'ghost knives'

A03732 would literally make high capacity magazine manufacturers liable for death and injury when one of their products is used in a crime

S03902 would make all concealed carry permit information exempt from freedom of information requests

A03438 would prevent the transfer of a firearm for 10 days unless NICS returns a proceed code

S03958 would allow firearms to be transferred to immediate family members upon the person's death

S03963 would allow those that hold a NY pistol license to privately sell and buy firearms

S03966 would repeal the high capacity magazine ban

S03968 would repeal the section of the SAFE act that regulates ammunition sellers

S03917 would allow non-residents with a permit from their home state carry as long as the person is subject  to the same conditions and limitations (except for eligibility to possess or carry) in their home state as they would in New York. The bill would also set up temporary permits for people from states that don't require a permit.

A04129 would make firearm, ammunition and other hunting supplies tax free the last weekend of August

A04487 would require all ammunition sold in the state to be 'coded' and would create a state database to track coded ammunition

A04564 would allow active military to get carry permits and carry without a permit for up to 90 days

A04571 would repeal the high capacity magazine ban

A04691 would allow ownership of high capacity magazines that were manufacturer prior to September 13, 1994

A04798 would set up a state backed gun buyback program for local governments

A04862 would exempt 'qualified military personnel from the high capacity magazine ban

A04482 would prohibit firearms from property held in trust for the benefit of the New York State College  of  Forestry  at Syracuse  University

A04456 would require firearm manufacturers and dealers to report to the state how man firearms they make or sell on an annual basis

A04962 would prohibit anyone under 12 years old from entering a gun show

A05300 would remove the prohibition on owning suppressors

A05043 would make firearm records exempt from freedom of information act requests

A05358 would repeal section 1. chapter 1 of the SAFE act

A05366 would allow military recruiters to carry while working

A05388 would repeal the requirement for re-certification of firearm applications

A05493 would make anyone that gives or sells a weapon to another that thinks they might commit a crime with it guilty of a class A felony

A05599 would repeal section 1, chapter 1 of the SAFE act

  Posted February 19th, 2017 11:51 am

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

New this week:

S04392 would require gun owners to keep their guns locked up

A05826 is ANOTHER microstamping bill

  Posted March 3rd, 2017 12:26 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

New this week:

A06140 would limit the scope of the SAFE act to the counties of Kings, Queens, Richmond, New York and Bronx.

S04728 would require anyone wanting to look at a firearm in a gun shop to produce identification and for the dealer to hold that identification while the person is in possession of the firearm

A06187 would make it a crime to sell or transfer a firearm to another person without 'transferring the title' of the firearm. Since when do firearms have titles? The bill would also make it a crime to not report a lost or stolen firearm.

A06345 would prohibit firearms at government meetings

A06346 would ban the sale of any firearm that does not incorporate a childproofing device

A06347 would require the state police be notified of all shipments of firearms of firearms and would allow the delivery to be postponed until a police investigation is completed

S04824 would create gun violence restraining orders

  Posted March 27th, 2017 10:25 am

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

New for New York:

A06432 would permit private sales between parties that have a NY pistol license

A06433 would allow anyone with a valid out of state carry permit to carry in New York state for up to a month

A06448 would repeal the SAFE act's high capacity magazine ban

A06787 would make firearm license information exempt from publication under the freedom of information act

A06805 would set up a means of restoration of firearm rights via the courts

A06828 would restrict how far a gunsmith or firearm dealer can be from child care facilities and schools

A06871 would make a pistol license holder to carry using it

  Posted May 30th, 2017 12:07 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

A06941 would allow firearms to be passed down to family immediately and without any government interference

A06994 would create 'extreme risk' protection orders

A06999 would repeal the high capacity magazine ban in the SAFE act

A07023 would add a five dollar fee to every firearm sale to be used for a gun violence research fund

S05447 would create extreme risk protection orders that would allow a persons firearm to be seized

S05808 would extend the time period a dealer must wait if the FBI does not come back with a determination to 10 days. It would also require dealers to notify the state when someone fails a background check.

S05829 is yet another 'ghost gun' bill

S05922 would allow for civil damages to anyone who entrusts a firearm to another negligently and that person harms someone

S06419 would require the courts to completely prove any case that would result in the loss of 2nd amendment rights

A07903 would use taxpayer money to establish state wide gun buy back programs

  Posted July 17th, 2017 11:54 am

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

A08342 would give a 25% tax credit for the purchase of gun safety equipment including gun safes

S04239 would expedite the firearms license process for retired military and law enforcement who meet certain criteria

  Posted October 11th, 2017 04:09 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

A08717 would outlaw bump fire stocks any any other device that would accelerate a firearms rate of fire


S06902 would outlaw bump fire stocks any any other device that would accelerate a firearms rate of fire

  Posted October 28th, 2017 01:09 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

S06918 would outlaw bump fire stocks, trigger cranks or 'other firing accelerators'

  Posted December 15th, 2017 12:09 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

S07045 would allow anyone under the protection of a court order to carry a concealed firearm without a license while they wait for their carry license to be approved

S07067 would outlaw 50 caliber rifles and would direct the state police to set up a buyback program for those who currently own them

S07133 would set up extreme risk protection orders and ban anyone under one from owning firearms

  Posted January 12th, 2018 12:09 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

A08909 would give citizens more rights when facing any court case where there 2nd amendment rights may be taken

A08913 would outlaw all mechanical devices that would increase the rate of fire for a semi-auto firearm

A08976 would create extreme risk protections orders similar to California law whereby a persons firearm rights are removed without due process

  Posted January 20th, 2018 12:09 pm

dc dalton
Pennsylvaniaadmin
Posts: 531

A09068 would make a dealer wait 10 days before proceeding with a sale when a determination from NICS hasn't happened

  Posted January 30th, 2018 12:09 pm

dc dalton
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Posts: 531

A09572 would legalize high capacity magazines for everyone except citizens

S07576 would authorize service members working at recruiting centers to carry their service issued sidearm

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