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Same in NY, since CCW can be considered a use or transportation....although not surprising here in NY except with ALL firearms...
Basically any firearm that is sold, given out, used or even transported in NY during a state of emergency can get you locked up.

§ 24. Local state of emergency; local emergency orders by chief
executive. 1. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, general
or special, in the event of a disaster, rioting, catastrophe, or similar
public emergency within the territorial limits of any county, city, town
or village, or in the event of reasonable apprehension of immediate
danger thereof, and upon a finding by the chief executive thereof that
the public safety is imperiled thereby, such chief executive may
proclaim a local state of emergency within any part or all of the
territorial limits of such local government; provided, however, that in
the event of a radiological accident as defined in section twenty-nine-c
of this article, such chief executive may request of the governor a
declaration of disaster emergency. Following such proclamation and
during the continuance of such local state of emergency, the chief
executive may promulgate local emergency orders to protect life and
property or to bring the emergency situation under control. As
illustration, such orders may, within any part or all of the territorial
limits of such local government, provide for:
d. the suspension or limitation of the sale, dispensing, use or
transportation
of alcoholic beverages, firearms, explosives, and
flammable materials and liquids;
 

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Same in NY, since CCW can be considered a use or transportation....although not surprising here in NY except with ALL firearms...
Basically any firearm that is sold, given out, used or even transported in NY during a state of emergency can get you locked up.

§ 24. Local state of emergency; local emergency orders by chief
executive. 1. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, general
or special, in the event of a disaster, rioting, catastrophe, or similar
public emergency within the territorial limits of any county, city, town
or village, or in the event of reasonable apprehension of immediate
danger thereof, and upon a finding by the chief executive thereof that
the public safety is imperiled thereby, such chief executive may
proclaim a local state of emergency within any part or all of the
territorial limits of such local government; provided, however, that in
the event of a radiological accident as defined in section twenty-nine-c
of this article, such chief executive may request of the governor a
declaration of disaster emergency. Following such proclamation and
during the continuance of such local state of emergency, the chief
executive may promulgate local emergency orders to protect life and
property or to bring the emergency situation under control. As
illustration, such orders may, within any part or all of the territorial
limits of such local government, provide for:
d. the suspension or limitation of the sale, dispensing, use or
transportation
of alcoholic beverages, firearms, explosives, and
flammable materials and liquids;
 

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Seems like in NY though they have to specify what is to be suspended or limited during a "state of emergency"  Doesnt appear that transportation or use of a firearm is suspended or limited during a state of emergency unless stated.  Otherwise you would get arresting for bringing gas home to run your generator, or propane for the stove.....
 

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Seems like in NY though they have to specify what is to be suspended or limited during a "state of emergency"  Doesnt appear that transportation or use of a firearm is suspended or limited during a state of emergency unless stated.  Otherwise you would get arresting for bringing gas home to run your generator, or propane for the stove.....
 

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The difference between the NY law and North Carolina law is that in NY firearms have to be explicitly listed as banned in an emergency order after an emergency declaration whereas in North Carolina any emergency declaration automatically bans all firearms and the official declaring the emergency has no discretion to allow firearms.
 

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The difference between the NY law and North Carolina law is that in NY firearms have to be explicitly listed as banned in an emergency order after an emergency declaration whereas in North Carolina any emergency declaration automatically bans all firearms and the official declaring the emergency has no discretion to allow firearms.
 

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ligun said:
There was a big move to get this repealed this year in the legislature and the bill had broad bipartisan support but the Republican leadership decided to kill the repeal. Maybe next year.

http://www.nraila.org/Legislation/Read.aspx?id=6896
A Democrat trying to protect 2A , while Republicans stomp out the bill ?
Reverse psychology ? ;D Wonder what else that will work on
 

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ligun said:
There was a big move to get this repealed this year in the legislature and the bill had broad bipartisan support but the Republican leadership decided to kill the repeal. Maybe next year.

http://www.nraila.org/Legislation/Read.aspx?id=6896
A Democrat trying to protect 2A , while Republicans stomp out the bill ?
Reverse psychology ? ;D Wonder what else that will work on
 

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One more reason that North Carolina is known as the "New York of the South" when discussing gun rights.  They have a lot of silly gun laws down there.
 

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One more reason that North Carolina is known as the "New York of the South" when discussing gun rights.  They have a lot of silly gun laws down there.
 

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FatWhiteMan said:
One more reason that North Carolina is known as the "New York of the South" when discussing gun rights. They have a lot of silly gun laws down there.
NC has mucho transplanted northeastern libtards I am sure. it's appeal vanished some time ago.
 

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FatWhiteMan said:
One more reason that North Carolina is known as the "New York of the South" when discussing gun rights. They have a lot of silly gun laws down there.
NC has mucho transplanted northeastern libtards I am sure. it's appeal vanished some time ago.
 

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NC has mucho transplanted northeastern libtards I am sure. it's appeal vanished some time ago.
I gotta agree. I absolutely loved NC in the '70s. Not no more. We looked into moving there a few years back. You know - when you move there you gotta take the driver's written test (I also ride motorcycles) and at the discretion of the examiner you have to take the road test. I sent an email to NC and asked what the criteria was for the examiner's "discretion". The response I got back was that it is soley up to the examiner to determine if you're taking the whole test or not. So... if this guy got in a fight with his wife that morning you could be screwed.

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Vergeltung said:
NC has mucho transplanted northeastern libtards I am sure. it's appeal vanished some time ago.
I gotta agree. I absolutely loved NC in the '70s. Not no more. We looked into moving there a few years back. You know - when you move there you gotta take the driver's written test (I also ride motorcycles) and at the discretion of the examiner you have to take the road test. I sent an email to NC and asked what the criteria was for the examiner's "discretion". The response I got back was that it is soley up to the examiner to determine if you're taking the whole test or not. So... if this guy got in a fight with his wife that morning you could be screwed.

Paul
 
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