New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Ice-T Narrates Gun Control Film Focusing On Civil Rights
Ice-T Narrates Gun Control Film Focusing On Civil Rights - Dead Patriot Films presents “Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire” – a 79-minute, PG-13 documentary narrated by Ice-T that brings audiences to the center of the controversy over an issue that is dividing our nation – gun control. The film takes a step back from the public discourse on limiting magazine capacity and defining assault rifles. Instead, “Assaulted” offers a unique historical perspective on the Second Amendment’s significance, taking a critical and objective look at the current gun laws, and the effect on civil rights and liberty.
Police: Pharmacist Shot At Robber
Police: Pharmacist Shot At Robber - A pharmacist who purchased a gun after two fatal pharmacy robberies on Long Island used it to shoot at a robber Friday afternoon, according to Nassau County Police.
Pro Gun Advocates Rally in Mineola Against NY SAFE Act
Pro Gun Advocates Rally in Mineola Against NY SAFE Act - A group of pro-gun advocates staged a rally on the corners of Willis Avenue and Mineola Boulevard along Jericho Turnpike in Mineola Saturday afternoon to protest against the New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act, aka the NY SAFE Act.
Advocates make the case for rifles in Livingston County
Advocates make the case for rifles in Livingston County - Hunting incident investigator Michael L. Van Durme presented the case for allowing rifle hunting of bear and deer in Livingston County at a Monday evening meeting at Highway Department headquarters in Hampton Corners. Van Durme and others made a scientific and statistical case that the local prohibition against centerfire rifle hunting of bear and deer should be loosened in the interest of safety. Calling upon incident reports and his personal experience, Van Durme argued that rifle hunting is probably safer than shotgun hunting.
Fight against gun law continues
Fight against gun law continues - Most sportsmen are not hearing many updates on the various efforts to challenge the NY SAFE Act in state and federal courts, but that does not mean the efforts to get this unconstitutional bill tossed out are going away. Just the opposite. There is a lot going on behind the scenes, and Gov. Cuomo appears to be getting more nervous with each passing day.
Gun policy more of a “make or break” voting issue for gun rights defenders
Gun policy more of a “make or break” voting issue for gun rights defenders - A survey conducted in early May after the Senate rejected a measure to expand background checks on private gun sales found that gun rights advocates continue to show a higher level of political activism on the issue than those who favor stricter gun control measures.
DA will not prosecute man arrested under SAFE Act
DA will not prosecute man arrested under SAFE Act - The Columbia County District Attorney is making good on a promise not to prosecute a man arrested under the SAFE Act. DA Paul Czajka told NewsChannel 13 he would not prosecute Gregory Dean Jr. Dean was pulled over earlier this month after police say the light over his license plate was out. Police say he also had a gun in his car. While they say it was possessed legally, it had nine rounds of ammunition, which exceeds the state's new limit of seven rounds.