NYPD Announces Emergency Rule, Effective Immediately, For Receiving A Concealed Carry Handgun License
August 19, 2022 — Emergency rule that provides guidance to gun licenses applicants
Please see the attached emergency rule that provides guidance to gun licenses applicants in light of the Supreme Court decision in N.Y. State Rifle & Pistol Ass’n v. Bruen, 142 S. Ct. 2111 (2022) and recent statewide legislation governing gun licensing.
This rule creates guidance for people who have pending applications on the effective date of the State law or who applied and were rejected for a concealed carry permit prior the Supreme Court decision in Bruen. The rule gives people whose applications were rejected or downgraded to another category of license based solely on a determination that the applicant lacked “proper cause” in the previous three years 60 days to reopen their application with no new fee charged.
Notice of Adoption of Emergency Rules for Receiving a Concealed Carry Handgun License and Resubmitting Certain Recently Denied Applications
3 thoughts on “NYPD Announces Emergency Rule”
What about those that want their premise license converted to a carry? I was told by the NYPD license division that I would have to submit a new application and pay another fee.
I told the detective that the 2 in the 2nd Amendment doesn’t mean you need two permits to exercise one constitutional right. He told me to get a lawyer.
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