A View From The Sidelines On New York’s New Gun Law

By , January 22nd, 2013 | 2nd Amendment, Gun Control, Hispanic, Hot Button Topics, Media, New York, Police | 0 Comments

On January 15, New York State signed into law the New York Safe Act of 2013, the first and most sweeping gun control law in the country since the gun violence tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT the month prior on December 14.

While gun rights and gun control advocates took their respective polar opposite ends of the debate, others were left to figure out how they felt about this game changing law.

Enrique Ramirez has been surrounded by guns his entire live. He was a teenager in Chicago in the Eighties when kids he knew were being killed by guns and they were even in the schools. For the past seven years, his upscale face to face nyc day spa located on the sixth floor of 20 West 20th Street in Manhattan is in the same building that has housed the West Side Rifle and Pistol range since 1964.  These experiences have shaped his views on New York’s new gun laws.

For more information on the New York Safe Act 2013 including a list of frequently asked questions, go to http://www.nysafeact.com or call 1-855-LAWGUNS

Feature photo credit: id-iom via photopin cc

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