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Old March 19, 2013, 02:28 PM   #247
Maxb49
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Join Date: March 8, 2007
Location: Jamestown, New York
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There will be updates coming as things become more solidly established in the next week and a half.

One of the biggest problems with the NY SAFE Act is the confusion it's created among dealers. A lot of dealers are refusing to sell guns that they have no problem selling, even under the NY SAFE Act and it's putting a damper on their business and the ability of New York residents to purchase guns. It's a good idea for gun dealers to retain a lawyer familiar with the various provisions of the act as it relates to the sale and transfer of guns to sit down spend some time with them explaining what they can and cannot do right now. The $500-$800 that a 1-2 hour consultation costs is well worth the confidence and boost to their business it will provide. As things develop here, dealers may in fact be in a much clearer position than they are today.
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