A group of New York Sheriffs have announced that they will not enforce the gun control measures contained in the SAFE Act, which was signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo in January. The SAFE Act limits magazine capacity to seven rounds, "prohibits the sale of certain types of semi-automatic rifles and gives current owners of such weapons one year to get them registered with the state," or else. But according to PoliceOne.com, "the New York State Sheriffs Association and five individual sheriffs have joined a court effort to block enforcement of the [magazine limits] and firearms restrictions."
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