NYSRPANew York State Rifle and Pistol Association
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(112) The district court in NYSRPA noted plaintiffs' argument that "a telescoping stock, which allows the user to adjust the length of the stock, does not make a weapon more dangerous, but instead, like finding the right size shoe, simply allows the shooter to rest the weapon on his or her shoulder properly and comfortably." (113) A folding stock makes a gun easier to transport, such as in an all-terrain vehicle.
(124) In the NYSRPA litigation, New York was conspicuously silent on why such shotguns are banned, and the district court provided no explanation.
(126) The NYSRPA litigation record is also silent on why the SAFE Act bans semiautomatic shotguns with thumbhole stocks and a second handgrip or a protruding grip that can be held by the nontrigger hand.
The district court in NYSRPA invalidated the seven-round loaded limit for magazines under the Second Amendment.