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Tuesday, April 16th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

SCOTUS denies Gazzola FFL case, lead ammo ban legislation resurfaces in New York

New York sportsmen’s groups are on high alert after legislation banning lead ammunition usage on state lands passed the State Assembly on April 26. (Photo by Eric Morken)

The Gazzola v. Hochul lawsuit, which seeks to provide New York firearms dealers relief from a number of provisions put forth by new gun laws passed last year, will not be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court. In an April 21 ruling a unique Rule 11 petition that would’ve brought the case out of the New York City based Second Circuit court and moved it up to SCOTUS was denied.

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