S.C.O.P.E. Pending Legislation

A6252/S2741, A3200/S2953 & S0342


The purpose is to establish an investigative linkage between a bullet recovered at the scene of a firearms incident and the original purchaser. All bullets, in loaded ammunition or marketed separately as components, that are usable in handguns and/or assault riles would be encoded with a marker that uniquely identifies the box or package in which it is intended to be delivered to the final purchaser. Using the proposed technology, the marker would be etched multiple times by laser on the base of the projectile. This identifier would then be coded on the exterior of the box or package so as to be readable visually or by a bar code reader at the point of sale.

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This legislation should not be enacted. The technology is not commercially viable and the utility of the end product limited, at best.
This technology has not been sufficiently developed to mandate its use in a production environment. The implementation of emerging technologies, even on a limited basis, requires the use of the best standards process for demonstrating reliability and cost effectiveness. While this proposal may sound simple in concept, a closer examination shows that there are major questions that must be addressed and consequences to be considered before determining the viability of the proposed legislation.

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About S.C.O.P.E.

The Shooter’s Committee on Political Education was founded in 1965 by a group of firearms owners in western New York.  SCOPE is a civil rights organization focused on the protection and preservation of the right of firearms ownership as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

It does not align itself with any political party nor does it endorse any candidates for elective office.  Our function is to counter assaults on the right of firearms ownership.  This entails providing legislators and executives with timely and accurate information to support sound decisions.

SCOPE's Mission Statement

SCOPE'S Mission:

SCOPE’s purpose is to maintain the right of individuals to own and use firearms for lawful purposes.  Inform members about antigun/gun owner legislation.
Stop antigun/gun owner legislation in New York State. Educate the public on the positive aspects of firearm ownership, and their Second Amendment rights.

What is S.C.O.P.E.

SCOPE is a New York State Not For Profit Volunteer Organization dedicated to the preservation of the Second Amendment Rights for New York Citizens.

SCOPE will oppose, with all its resources, any proposal that is not based on sound technical grounds or that infringes on the rights of firearms owners for the purpose of promoting a political philosophy, advancing a social theory, or as an emotional response and is not based on clear Constitutional grounds.


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