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For the first time in five years, gun owners in New York have to re-certify their assault rifles under the Safe Act. It’s no surprise that some people aren’t happy about it.
Though re-certifying is free and can be done online from the comfort of your own home, gun rights advocates are wondering why it’s necessary at all.
“The purpose of it is to just know that those gun owners still haven’t broken any laws, they’re still the law abiding citizens that they are,” Regional Coordinator for New Yorkers Against Gun Violence Pat Tuz said.
“The imposition of these restrictions on lawful gun owners is doing nothing to make the people of New York State safer,” Executive Director of New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Tom King said.
Advocates also disagree over how effective recertification is in reducing instances of gun violence.