Local sheriffs speak out about SAFE Act

Local sheriffs speak out about SAFE Act – The governor says the New York SAFE Act is all about safety, but not everybody agrees. Wednesday marks one year since Governor Cuomo signed the gun law. It also marks another milestone for provisions of that legislation.  Beginning Wednesday, new restrictions on ammunition sales are in effect. Those rules require all sellers to register with state police and anyone buying ammunition must now do it in person. There’s no more ordering bullets online. The new provisions mean retailers will be forced to record all ammunition sales and do background checks on buyers, just like when someone is buying a gun.  News10NBC wanted to know how many people, if any, have been arrested for SAFE Act related violations in the past year. News10NBC checked with sheriffs in Monroe, Livingston, Ontario and Wayne counties. We found out they have not arrested anybody for a SAFE Act violation.