Boyce: There’s Nothing Reasonable About ‘Shall-Issue’ Concealed Carry in New York City

Boyce: There’s Nothing Reasonable About ‘Shall-Issue’ Concealed Carry in New York City

 

New York and New Jersey are two of the eight states that have similar laws giving local authorities discretion to decide who receives gun permits.

Legal experts say a decision striking down or loosening those “proper cause” requirements will mean more concealed weapons in public places — especially concerning in densely populated areas.

“I think it would be a big mistake in urban areas to let this happen,” former NYPD Chief of Detectives and ABC News contributor Robert Boyce said.

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