John A. Defrancisco's posts related to Gun Control

NY SAFE ACT FACT SHEET FOR GUN OWNERS

Here is some helpful information on how the NY Safe Act of 2013 will impact gun owners.  Please click on the attachment below.

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GOVERNOR CUOMO SETS UP WEBSITE AND HOTLINE REGARDING THE STATE'S NEW GUN-CONTROL LAW

People with questions about New York State's new gun-control law (NY SAFE Act) can visit www.nysafeact.com or call the toll-free number (855) 529-4867.  The website has a question-and-answer section, plus photographs of weapons to help gun owners understand if their gun will now be classified as an assault weapon. 

Those who own what is now considered an assault weapon must register with the New York State Police within one year, beginning April 15.  Registration is free.

To access the governor's website regarding the NY SAFE Act, please click here.

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GUN OWNERS CAN PROTECT THEIR PRIVACY THROUGH A PUBLIC RECORDS EXEMPTION FORM

The NY SAFE Act allows pistol license holders to protect the privacy of their personal information, including their home address, by providing them with a Public Records Exemption form. Those wishing to apply for the exemption should do so by May 15, 2013. In order to access this special form, please click on the provided link.

Onondaga County residents can return the form to the Pistol Permit Unit at the Onondaga County Sheriff's Department:

Address:407 South State St.Syracuse, NY 13202

Cayuga County residents can return the form to the Cayuga County Clerk's Office:

Address:160 Genesee StreetAuburn, NY 13021

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON THE NY SAFE ACT

For more information on the NY SAFE Act, please click here for the Governor's website.  This site will provide you with a question-and-answer section and a fact sheet on the new law. 

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