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The Preliminary Injunction Being Sought for NY SAFE Act has been Denied! more… 

SCOPE Asks Candidates to sign a pledge to Repeal SAFE Act  See who has signed.

 Annual Members Meeting April 12th

SCOPE members show solidarity with Connecticut Gun Owners  developing….
More and More Counties are passing resolutions opposing the use of their county seal on SAFE Act documents.

SCOPE JOINS NYSSAC 

Must read: State Police Field Guide for NY S.A.F.E. Act Enforcement

Did Your REPEAL Sign Survive the Winter of 2014?  (see what some dedicated members did to make sure they did.)

April 15th  Registration Deadline for what the state defines as Assault Weapons

April 19th  Shot Heard Around the U.S.

 NY SAFE Act Educational Forums!

Other News!

Shot Heard Round New York is on Again! April 19th. Help us make it go Nation Wide!
Judge Rules on S.A.F.E. Act  
A legal gun-owning homeowner defending himself from an illegally armed invader, a situation in which the individual right to bear arms is at its zenith, should not be at a numerical disadvantage if shots are exchanged with someone who will have no regard for legal round limits.  – Judge William M. Skretny
SCOPE remains dedicated to protecting your civil rights.  While the federal court decision was not entirely as the firearm community would have liked, it is very important to remember that the decision was from a single judge - just as what happened in  the Heller and McDonald cases that made their way to the United States Supreme Court. Also, court decisions can be legislatively overruled as well.

IT IS EXCEEDINGLY IMPORTANT FOR EACH OF YOU TO REMAIN IN THIS FIGHT.  ENLIST YOUR FRIENDS, GET INVOLVED, AND REMEMBER THAT THE POWER TO VOTE IS THE MOST POWERFUL TOOL WE HAVE. SCOPE AND ALL OF WHOM ARE CONCERNED FOR CIVIL RIGHTS NEED YOU.
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  • silentfor56years

    This is for the honest non involved visitor who is wondering why so many are against safety, and sensible gun laws.

    New York lawmakers passed the SAFE Act effectively defining the term “assault weapons” in the state. Rifles with slight cosmetic features now make the weapons illegal with passage of the SAFE Act.

    That is a typical headline or definition you may see in the Media.

    The SAFE Act leads the uninformed or previously biased reader to believe that the law is about safety or keeping people safe.

    When a journalist uses the term safe act or SAFE Act stop reading. They are playing you. The S.A.F.E. Act or NY S.A.F.E. is the acronym for Secure Ammunition Firearms Enforcement Act.
    There are only two types of people that it can possibly make “FEEL” safe; people with acute hoplophobia, or people with an acute fear of guns, and the progressive liberals. (Progressive liberals are people that believe the only reason the Soviet Union failed is because they weren’t in charge)

    There are 10 features listed make a weapon illegal to own according to the S.A.F.E. Act including detachable magazines, folding, thumb-hole, or telescoping stocks, pistol and fore (also called a second grip) grips, bayonet attachments, flash suppressors, muzzle breaks, or a compensator, and last, but not least a threaded barrel.

    Since passage the courts have ruled against muzzle brakes because our astute legislators did not catch the spelling error in the law. The Governor was pressuring them to get the NY SAFE Act passed within hours.

    So now the so-called “Assault Weapons” that are available to all other U.S. Citizens are contraband in NY unless the current owner registers them with the State Police. Upon registration, the State of New York will allow the owner to keep his property until said owner passes. Then the property must be sold out of state or surrendered to the State Police.

  • Tim Gard

    This is easy silent, Look up Adolph Hitler. Study his arguments for gun laws. They are exactly what your argument is. If we do not learn from our mistakes we are destined to repeat them.

  • Tim Gard

    By the way, Hitler controlled the media at that time as those in power
    do today. The second amendment is the safety valve of free men. Lose
    defense, lose freedom, simple as that. Molon Labe!


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