New York State restrictions on ammunition sales take effect

Sellers are required to register with state police,

Sellers are required to register with state police, and buyers must appear in person to get bullets.

New restrictions on ammunition sales have taken effect in New York State.

The changes are part of a law passed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo a year ago, one month after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.

All sellers are now required to register with state police for a license, and buyers must appear in person to get bullets. The in-person requirement means that...

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