Article on NY State gun law
Here it is. Interesting on several levels. If a permit holder dies, his or her family are expected to turn in their guns to police within two weeks (they can then be sold to other permit holders). But since there is no way police are informed when a permit holder dies, they have no idea how often this isn't done.
And on the side is a helpful link: "See listings of the pistol permit holders in Westchester and Rockland." Wonder if burglars have internet capabilities out there?
Thats an amazingly long list. 15,459 permit holder's names and addresses published. Perhaps the editors and writers of tthe Journal-News might like to have THEIR names and addresses publicly published. So some operative from the Brady Bunch could do something to discredit the aggreived permit holders.
Posted by: The Mechanic at December 11, 2006 07:05 PM
(G) Advertise that you are offering for sale a list of gun owner addresses sorted by address and neighborhood, using a selling point that is a thin vernier for "houses not on this list are safe for home invaders to hit", perhaps by saying "houses not on this list are safe for unsupervised teenagers to party in".
You don't need to actually have such a list, just offer it "to see if there is any interest".
Posted by: Phillep at December 13, 2006 09:29 AM