On September 13th a new law will take effect in NY that will require background checks for ammunition. These background checks will run through State Law Enforcement.
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Hey everybody, how's it going? Welcome back to Copper
Jacket TV. So, I honestly hate making videos like this, but this is what's
happening, so this is what we've got to talk about. We've got some new laws
that are going to be starting in just about a week, and these new laws are
going to cause a lot of problems for a lot of people. On September the 13th, if
you live in the state of New York, you're now going to have to do background
checks for ammunition. That's right. And New York is also making some changes
to how they deal with the NICS system. So, let's talk about what's going on.
Now, real quick, I just want to thank you all very much
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Okay, so let's go and start off and just talk real quick
about some of the changes that are happening to the NICS system in New York.
So, the way that it used to work was the person that was doing the transfer
would contact the FBI. The FBI would do a background check, run it through the
NICS system, and then give that information back to the person doing the
transfer. Well, New York wanted to add an extra layer to that. So now, what's
going to happen in New York is they're going to take that information, they're
going to transfer it over to a department of the police. They're going to take
all that information about that particular transfer, and then they're going to
forward that on to the FBI, who's going to do the same NICS background check.
And instead of it going back to the person who's doing the transfer, it's going
to go back to the police. The police will then give the information on whether
it's approved or denied back to the person who's doing the transfer. So what
they've done is they've added an extra layer in between, where now they can run
state checks as well as federal checks on that particular person. So, again,
there is now an extra layer in New York between the FBI and the transfer, so
there's a lot more going on now in New York, and they're going to be checking
on a lot more through these background checks.
Okay, so now let's go and talk about what you guys
actually clicked on the video for, which is the ammunition background checks
that are going to be starting in New York on September the 13th. So this is
very similar to what they're doing in California, and in California, it really
caused a lot of problems. I mean, it started off bad and just continued to get
worse. There were a lot of false positives. There were a lot of people that
were getting denied even though they had absolutely no reason to be denied.
We're talking about active-duty law enforcement and military, and people that
you wouldn't think would get denials were sent walking with nothing in hand. I
mean, it was really bad. So there's a lot of lawsuits going on in California
right now that are challenging that, and I think that eventually that'll be
overturned just because of all the problems that it's caused. And again, New
York is doing something very similar here.
So just like when you would walk into a shop to get
something that's serialized, if you walk in there and you're looking for
ammunition, you're going to have to go through a background check. That
background check is going to have a $2.50 fee that's going to be associated
with that, and you're going to have to conduct it just like you would anything
else. You're going to have to provide your ID, you're going to have to provide
all of your information, all of your identifying information, everything like
that. And then they're going to have to run that check. So you're not going to
be able to just leave immediately. You're going to have to wait for that check
to come back, and if that check comes back and it says that it's denied, then
you're going to have to leave empty-handed. And I think that you're going to be
seeing just like in California, a lot of false positives in New York as well
because again, with that two-layered system, the way that they're going to be
doing it is it's going to go through the state police, and so they're going to
be cross-referencing records and things like that in order to verify who you
are. And in a lot of cases, there are people who have the same name as somebody
else, and that can cause a problem.
So, as you can see, in just over a week, you're going to
see a lot of people having a hard time in the state of New York because they're
not going to have what they need. And so, this is going to be a very difficult
thing for a lot of people, and I haven't seen anything quite yet or heard
anything from anybody, but I assume there's going to be lawsuits that are going
to be challenging this one as well. They're just absolutely has to be because
again, it's protected by the Second Amendment, this is something that's never
existed before, and it's going to cause a lot of problems. But again, these are
new laws that kind of stem from 2022, I believe it's kind of all started in
2022. So back in 2022, Hochul announced that people are going to have to
provide their information and details about the transaction when they were to
go into a shop. So the way that it was running up until the 13th is you go in,
you still have to give them your information, your identifying information,
they put everything about the transaction on a piece of paper - what it was,
how much it was, what type it was, all that stuff. All your information is
going to go on there, and then the dealer was just basically supposed to keep
that record on hand. Well, that was back then, and now it's expanded to wanting
to do the complete background check.
So, like I always say, you start off with a little bit,
and then that slippery slope just continues to go downhill. So just based on
somebody who used to live in California for 42 years, I can tell you this is
not going to go off without a hitch, and it's going to cause a lot of problems
for a lot of people. And hopefully, you know, we're able to file a lawsuit.
Hopefully, somebody files a lawsuit, maybe the FPC or the GOA or somebody, and
they're able to get an injunction to stop this because I can only predict that
it's not going to go well. That's the way that I see it, but I wanted to make
you guys aware of that. If you're somebody who lives in New York and you see
this timeline counting down here to the 13th, you know that's the time that you
have until you're going to have to pay a $2.50 fee and go through all sorts of
headaches, and you're going to have to wait until it comes back. So again, it's
more or less like a heads-up to everybody out there that this is what's going
on, and I wanted to make you aware of it.
So anyway, I want to thank you all very much for
watching. I really do appreciate it. If there's a lawsuit that's filed against
this, I will let you guys know as soon as possible, and hopefully, we can get
it overturned. Thanks again for watching, have a great day.