Friday, August 22, 2008

Time For: You Can't Take It With You

Disgraceful Gun Control Laws...Volume 762,493

Procedure for Proper Disposal of Handguns Belonging to Deceased NEW YORK State Pistol License Holder:

In accordance with Sections 400.05 and 265.20 of the New York State Penal Law, Executors, Administrators, or any other person(s) who have lawful possession of property, specifically handgun(s) that belonged to a New York State Pistol License holder who has died, must dispose of the handgun(s) within fifteen (15) days of the death of the pistol license holder.

The handgun(s) can be disposed of to a licensed firearms dealer or to another pistol license holder. Because there are specific procedures that must be followed in these types of disposal, please contact the Pistol License Unit at (315) 435-2037, Monday through Friday, between 8:30 am and 3:00 pm.

If the handgun(s) are not disposed of within the fifteen day period, the handgun(s) must be turned into a law enforcement agency, who will hold the handgun(s) for safekeeping until proper disposal can be arranged or authorization is given for destruction. The handgun(s) can only be held for a period of two years, at which time they are declared a nuisance and destroyed in accordance with New York State Penal Law.

So remember; if you plan on dying in NY do your family a favor and sell the gun to a friend before THEY* come to take and destroy it.

plural pronoun, possessive their or theirs ...In other words, the very same police officers who swore to uphold the Constitution, but turned traitor.

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