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State police won’t enforce SAFE Act's seven-bullet rule

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New York State Police will not be enforcing the seven-bullet magazine limit as part of the state’s gun-control law passed last year. The state police updated its guide to the New York SAFE Act for officers not to enforce the seven-bullet limit after a federal district court judge found that the provision was unconstitutional under the Second Amendment. “As a result of the court decision in the western district, we are currently not enforcing the ...


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