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Court rules for man seeking Schoharie County gun permit

Temporary residence deemed OK

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New York state’s highest court has ruled that pistol permits can be obtained by part-time residents under current law. The Court of Appeals decision issued Tuesday ends five years of litigation sparked by a Schoharie County man after his pistol permit application was rejected. Alfred G. Osterweil, of Summit, applied for a permit in 2008 but established a home in Louisiana while the application was pending. Citing the state’s law governing licenses to carry, possess, ...


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batchellerman
October 16, 2013
11:52 a.m.

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Chalk up one for the Good Guys.

pnotto
October 16, 2013
6:42 p.m.

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Here, here....Just like batchellerman says....

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