The New York State Rifle And Pistol Association filed a lawsuit in federal court in Buffalo earlier today that seeks to overturn the state’s gun control law approved in January.

The lawsuit takes a variety of issues with the gun control law, including equal protection claims and complaints over essentially granting a monopoly to New York ammunition sale as well as second amendment violations.

From the suit:

The Act’s limitation of magazine capacity to 7 rounds or 10 rounds, depending on when they were obtained, and the Act‟s prohibition on loading more than 7 rounds in any magazine, facially and as applied, infringe on the right of the people, including plaintiffs, to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the Second Amendment, and as made applicable to the States by the Fourteenth Amendment, of the United States Constitution.

In addition to the NYSRPA, which acts a New York chapter of the National Rifle Association, freshman Assemblyman Bill Nojay is also listed as a plaintiff on the suit.

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