NYSAG votes to end gun law

Judge halts key parts of New York’s concealed carry law

State senators and assemblymen, and even two of their aides who were in the room, interrupted the state’s attorney general (NY, the top criminal agency under New York state, has six seats to the state senate and two to the assembly) to vote to end the state’s gun law.

The vote was 1-3, with one dissenting vote. NYSAG Attorney Jeffrey Lightford said he is not a gun owner but voted to remove the last of the three guns. He said that he thought the vote had passed when the senate had a recess two hours earlier.

That means NY State Police will have to make do without a pistol he is authorized to carry.

“I’m heartened that we found the last gun. I’m heartened that we have these other three weapons that we can continue to take and use,” Lightford said.

The gun is the Glock 22, produced in 2004. The last of three firearms that the state has to keep for now. The rest of them are:

Glock 17 — the same weapon used by the late NYPD officer Jeronimo Yanez in the killing of Eric Garner in 2014.

Glock 17 — the same weapon used by the late NYPD officer Jeronimo Yanez in the killing of Eric Garner in 2014. Colt Python 15 — a subcompact pistol produced in 2008, which is similar to the Glock 17.

Colt Python 15 — a subcompact pistol produced in 2008, which is similar to the Glock 17. Sig Sauer P226 — a compact pistol produced in 2010, which is also similar to the Glock 17.

Sig Sauer P226 — a compact pistol produced in 2010, which is also similar to the Glock 17. Smith & Wesson Model 70 — a pocket pistol in 2013.

Smith & Wesson Model 70 — a pocket pistol in 2013. Sig Sauer MCX — the same weapon as the Smith & Wesson Model 70.

Sig Sauer MCX — the same weapon as the Smith & Wesson Model 70. Ruger LC9 — a compact pistol in 2011.

Other law enforcement agencies have issued similar guidelines for their police officers.

NYSAC chief spokesman Fred Shih (no relation to NYS AG Jeffrey Lightford) said that Lightford said he was making the final decision on the order “prior to making the

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