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Hi All,

Currently waiting to hear back from the NYPD License Division regarding my Appeal of the decision to Disapprove my application. I have 2 misd. arrests that have both been dismissed (ACD) from a few years back. I was denied on the grounds that 'the arrests displayed a lack of willingness and ability to follow the law'. I was hoping to see if anyone can share some insight and if anyone has ever successfully appealed the departments original decision.

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Hi All,

Currently waiting to hear back from the NYPD License Division regarding my Appeal of the decision to Disapprove my application. I have 2 misd. arrests that have both been dismissed (ACD) from a few years back. I was denied on the grounds that 'the arrests displayed a lack of willingness and ability to follow the law'. I was hoping to see if anyone can share some insight and if anyone has ever successfully appealed the departments original decision.

Thanks!
One arrest would likely be able to be forgiven its the "repeat offender" nonsense that likely at least in their eyes didn't help you any. Btw NYC stinks. Better off moving to CT or really anywhere other than NYC

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One arrest would likely be able to be forgiven its the "repeat offender" nonsense that likely at least in their eyes didn't help you any. Btw NYC stinks. Better off moving to CT or really anywhere other than NYC

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I live in CT... DO NOT MOVE HERE. I can't wait to get out.
 

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CT has an assault weapons ban. There was mass civil disobedience when it was passed and required owners to register "assault weapons" and scary magazines.

Not sure how much it is enforced, but the state police in the pictures I saw regarding the BS looked like absolute pricks. I'd like to have a word or two with them.
 

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No mags that can hold over 10 rounds, no "scary guns" like AR platforms or pistol caliber carbines at all. The taxes are brutal, the governor seems hell bent on chasing away every large company bringing jobs and money into the state, and for a place with a ton of millionaires condensed in one area we are perpetually broke. Again our lovely governor is stepping in to fix the issue by making pistol permits $400 and making you Lise from and register your cats. I wish I was kidding.
 

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No mags that can hold over 10 rounds, no "scary guns" like AR platforms or pistol caliber carbines at all. The taxes are brutal, the governor seems hell bent on chasing away every large company bringing jobs and money into the state, and for a place with a ton of millionaires condensed in one area we are perpetually broke. Again our lovely governor is stepping in to fix the issue by making pistol permits $400 and making you Lise from and register your cats. I wish I was kidding.
Well at least you're allowed suppressors and desert eagles. N.Y. both are verboten

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I'm glad I left Brooklyn, NY for Texas in 1990.
 

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No mags that can hold over 10 rounds, no "scary guns" like AR platforms or pistol caliber carbines at all. The taxes are brutal, the governor seems hell bent on chasing away every large company bringing jobs and money into the state, and for a place with a ton of millionaires condensed in one area we are perpetually broke. Again our lovely governor is stepping in to fix the issue by making pistol permits $400 and making you Lise from and register your cats. I wish I was kidding.
In 2015 I turned down a nice job in CT because of the gun laws. My key issue was that certain guns I already own (Like all my ARs) can't be brought into the state so I would have had to sell them. Any state that doesn't honor purchases made before you come to the state doesn't get my tax dollars.
 

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In 2015 I turned down a nice job in CT because of the gun laws. My key issue was that certain guns I already own (Like all my ARs) can't be brought into the state so I would have had to sell them. Any state that doesn't honor purchases made before you come to the state doesn't get my tax dollars.
Are the mp5k allowed in CT?

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Nope, and neither is the new SP5K. Take a look at CT Assault Weapon Statutes Sec. 53-202a (Assault Weapons: Definition)

https://www.jud.ct.gov/lawlib/law/firearms.htm
Thank you for posting that. Seems they have removed the ability to get a suppressor which is really a shame since I already have some hearing loss due to my youth listening to my headphones at max volume for years combined with hunting and shooting broken .300wbys without any hearing protection. At this point I want to be able to protect whatever is left best I can.

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AZ is damn fine for gun owners....Plenty of room fer you & yer toys!

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AZ is damn fine for gun owners....Plenty of room fer you & yer toys!

DG
For now. More and more Commiefornians every day -- just like Colofornia to your north east. If I was selecting a locale based solely on 2A rights it would probably be the Dakotas or the deep south. Stalwart red states like AZ, NV, VA even TX are increasingly purple as immigrants (read refugees) from the coasts pour in.
 
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