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Posted: 7/21/2021 6:57:36 AM EDT
Link Posted: 7/22/2021 4:25:40 PM EDT


How long until we see results or a smack in the face?  I am guessing years.  Maybe after I retire and move the fuck out.

Bill
Link Posted: 7/23/2021 8:12:09 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By bill3rail:

How long until we see results or a smack in the face?  I am guessing years.  Maybe after I retire and move the fuck out.

Bill
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If even that. NYSRPA v Bruen goes after "proper cause". Nothing else. The best outcome I see is SCOTUS shooting down proper cause such that "for self defense" is a an acceptable cause and that "Shall Issue" is the law. However, nothing goes after the bulk of the requirements such as four references from your county that you have known for at least a year and your medical records off the top of my head. Here in Nassau County, which is probably second only to New York City in expense, time and denials, the only change would be that restrictions would no longer be applied to licenses and they have to be issued if the requirements are met (expect more requirements). But if or until a court overturns all the requirements then it will be a long slog for any meaningful change. For those people living in an upstate county where restrictions are rarely if ever applied to licenses, I would not expect any noticeable change for those residents.
Link Posted: 7/23/2021 9:26:43 AM EDT
I wonder what impact, if any, a proper SCOTUS ruling would have on carry in NYC.   A “shall issue” ruling would have to confirm the right to carry, would that not be state wide?
Link Posted: 7/23/2021 10:55:15 PM EDT
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I wonder what impact, if any, a proper SCOTUS ruling would have on carry in NYC.   A "shall issue" ruling would have to confirm the right to carry, would that not be state wide?
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It'll look like DC, a pain in the ass, but possible, and a minefield of exceptions
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