Gun law stymies county clerks – It has been a week since the Ontario County Clerk’s Office began accepting the pistol permit “opt-out” privacy forms, and already, the office has been inundated with forms, said County Clerk Matthew Hoose.  The office started accepting the forms — which ensure that permit holders’ private information will not be released publicly — on Feb. 15, and has since received upwards of 500 forms.  “They’re coming in droves,” said Hoose.