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Old 06-14-2010, 04:08 PM   #11
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Complete with address. Makes me sick.
Worst part is that you can download the entire data base!

Being able to look someone up is bad enough, but being able to download all of it?


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Old 06-14-2010, 07:18 PM   #12
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Worst part is that you can download the entire data base!

Being able to look someone up is bad enough, but being able to download all of it?
I grabbed both CSV files. You can search by street or city or town. There is a lot of incidental knowledge you can gain by doing this, and it bothers the crap out of me. This can only serve bad guys; it serves no purpose for anyone else.


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NY and CA politiccs will never be right again. One word...move.
A few years back, that's what I was considering doing. But the more I thought about it, the more it made sense that the disease afflicting leftist states won't stay confined to leftist states: they will spread to other states. We need to fix the problem where it's at.
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Pistol permits are public records under New York law. Under current law, New Yorkers have a right to know who in their state is licensed to legally possess a pistol, or conversely, who is not licensed. See the statute quoted at the top of this page

According to NY law, New Yorkers have the right to know who is licensed. I guess when you get your pistol license, you forfiet your right to privacy!
Oh how I wish that 2A had been incorperated to the states!

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Pistol permits are public records under New York law. Under current law, New Yorkers have a right to know who in their state is licensed to legally possess a pistol, or conversely, who is not licensed. See the statute quoted at the top of this page

According to NY law, New Yorkers have the right to know who is licensed. I guess when you get your pistol license, you forfiet your right to privacy!
Oh how I wish that 2A had been incorperated to the states!
I wish someone would release the New Jersey CCW holder list...just so I can ask them how the F*&^ they did it.
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I wish someone would release the New Jersey CCW holder list...just so I can ask them how the F*&^ they did it.
Come on Bro, you know all it takes is to be connected.
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