Monday, June 21, 2010

N.Y. Tyranny: Micro-stamping bill for semi-automatic handguns falls short in state Senate

A bill that would have required new semi-automatic pistols to have micro-stamping technology that marks ammunition fell short because of lack of votes...The legislation would have required all semi-automatic pistols manufactured on or after Jan. 1, 2012 to be capable of producing a unique alpha-numeric or geometric code on at least two locations on each cartridge case expended from such pistol. “This legislation misses the mark and will only infringe on the rights of law abiding gun owners,” Sen. Aubertine said...“The technology unproven and will not achieve the public safety protections proponents of this bill claim. Instead, the end result will be limitations on responsible, law-abiding gun owners who will be required to pay more for their legal guns if they can get them at all, while the actual criminals continue to purchase illegal handguns. We should not be looking to add more laws that infringe on our Second Amendment rights...
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Another attempt to force California style gun bans on other states!. Kudos to the New Yorkers who fought hard against this phony "science-fiction" abomination, which is in reality is a monopoly big dollar state sponsored kickback scheme to make the "inventor" rich at taxpayers expense, such as is already in place in the evil anti-gun empire of California!!!...(S9)

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