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Saturday protest

Shots to ring out against SAFE Act

Protesters planning to fire weapons at noon Saturday

Club President Mike Sheedy poses for a photo in front of an American flag and the Declaration of Independence at Woodlawn Sportsmen's Club in Guilderland on Monday.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Club President Mike Sheedy poses for a photo in front of an American flag and the Declaration of Independence at Woodlawn Sportsmen's Club in Guilderland on Monday.
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Signs, costumes and even chicken manure have been features of protests in the past. But some believe this Saturday’s grass-roots demonstration against the state’s gun control laws will mark the first time guns will be used for a collective expression of protest. Protesters are planning to fire a shot at noon to literally “sound off” on their opposition to the state’s Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act — the controversial SAFE Act rushed into law ...


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