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Under law, gun show carries on

Year-old SAFE Act draws grumbles of enthusiasts

Dealer Robert McQuade, of Selkirk, readies his rifles for the opening of the Saratoga Arms Show at the Saratoga Springs City Center on Friday, January 10, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Dealer Robert McQuade, of Selkirk, readies his rifles for the opening of the Saratoga Arms Show at the Saratoga Springs City Center on Friday, January 10, 2014.
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The provisions of the controversial SAFE Act haven’t really affected ammunition and antique weapons dealer Richard Pelzer yet. But they will soon, once the state police get their ammunition background check process in place. The registration deadline for dealers to participate is Jan. 15, but required background checks will be in limbo until the state database is complete. Pelzer, though, doesn’t see the need. “Think of it: You pick up this piece of ammo, you ...

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