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NRA Takes Concealed Carry Case to the Supreme Court (NEW YORK)


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#1 NYC_Under_Dictatorship

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Posted December 18 2020 - 05:29 PM

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2020

 

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#2 minuteman1970

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Posted December 18 2020 - 05:50 PM

Good. Any thoughts as to how soon SCOTUS might hear the case?



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Posted December 18 2020 - 06:26 PM

Good. Any thoughts as to how soon SCOTUS might hear the case?

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#4 ub3rgeek

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Posted December 18 2020 - 06:42 PM

Well, it’s about time the NRA tries help help out NY.. not holding my breath, but hopeful that we may see some type of expanded freedom in my lifetime..

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Posted December 18 2020 - 07:01 PM

Maybe New Yorkers need to help themselves and vote in politicians who chose not to go out of their way to violate people's 2A rights. If certain states have constitutional carry then there is no reason why NYS can't have constitutional carry. Bottom line, if the gun owners in NY voted 2A issues, we wouldn't have any issues.


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#6 only7rounds2

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Posted December 18 2020 - 07:08 PM

Good. Any thoughts as to how soon SCOTUS might hear the case?

The question is IF not "when".



#7 Mr. Shotgun

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Posted December 18 2020 - 07:21 PM

its a start!



#8 Phoenix69

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Posted December 18 2020 - 09:06 PM

If the Dems pack the court it will not matter.



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Posted December 18 2020 - 09:51 PM

Prior to November 3, 2020 I would second that sentiment to the fullest. 

Not any more. 

I have seen with my own eyes what happens to votes. 

They have been doing it in NY for decades, not they taking it to the national stage. 

 

 

 

Maybe New Yorkers need to help themselves and vote in politicians who chose not to go out of their way to violate people's 2A rights. If certain states have constitutional carry then there is no reason why NYS can't have constitutional carry. Bottom line, if the gun owners in NY voted 2A issues, we wouldn't have any issues.



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Posted December 19 2020 - 06:42 AM

We all thought after Heller with the SCOTUS confirming that the 2A was an individual right, that we would would win the case out of Westchester. In New York, you must show proper cause to carry concealed.
I think our chances are better with 5 conservative judges thanks to President Trump that may take this new case. I think it’s possible that New York might change it to a restrictive concealed carry to avoid the SCOTUS ruling it. NYC will remove the locked and unloaded to a Sportsman type license.
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Posted December 19 2020 - 08:52 AM

[email protected]@[email protected]  the nra because of there lack of help in ny we have the safe act. They are worthless & have been for many years now. I donated once and regret it till this day, they never helped with freedom here in the commie state of ny.


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Posted December 19 2020 - 10:57 AM

Better late than never. If they get a hearing, I think they’d win.
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Posted December 19 2020 - 04:09 PM

Wasn’t NYSRPA working on a case where someone from one county was given a full carry snd someone in a neighboring county was not? Is this that same case? I remember reading about it in The Bullet about a year or 2 back.

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Posted December 19 2020 - 04:27 PM

[email protected]@[email protected]  the nra because of there lack of help in ny we have the safe act. They are worthless & have been for many years now. I donated once and regret it till this day, they never helped with freedom here in the commie state of ny.

Please detail exactly what the NRA was supposed to do?  Provide specifics. 


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Posted December 19 2020 - 04:30 PM

Better late than never. If they get a hearing, I think they’d win.

 

The NRA has backed several lawsuits in New York that have lost in the courts, including suits over the SAFE ACT and carry laws. (Any lawsuit with the NY Rifle and Pistol Ass as litigant is the NRA).    Ya'll just keep repeating the internet chatter about he NRA "doing nothing" with no basis in fact. 


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Posted December 19 2020 - 04:43 PM

The NRA has backed several lawsuits in New York that have lost in the courts, including suits over the SAFE ACT and carry laws. (Any lawsuit with the NY Rifle and Pistol Ass as litigant is the NRA).    Ya'll just keep repeating the internet chatter about he NRA "doing nothing" with no basis in fact.


Well said. I remember reading that NRA gave NYSRPA $1 million towards a SAFE ACT lawsuit a couple of years back.

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Posted December 19 2020 - 06:33 PM

The NRA has backed several lawsuits in New York that have lost in the courts, including suits over the SAFE ACT and carry laws. (Any lawsuit with the NY Rifle and Pistol Ass as litigant is the NRA).    Ya'll just keep repeating the internet chatter about he NRA "doing nothing" with no basis in fact. 

 

They did not oppose the bump stock ban; in fact, they seemed to counsel Trump to do it. They also have not come out in other states' infringements, leaving a vacuum for GOA and 2nd Amendment Foundation. I think recent events in the NRA and the 2A community to shift Wayne's stance. It is nice to see that the NRA take proactive measures for the 2A community. It is sometimes a good thing to have more than 1 group to represent us.






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