Legislator To Restrict Air Guns In Suffolk County, NY

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County Legislator Jack Eddington of Suffolk County, New York is moving to prohibit the discharge of any air gun within 150 feet of any residence in the area. Eddington's legislation defines air guns as "any rifle, pistol, or shot gun which discharges .20 caliber or greater pellets propelled by compressed air or gas at a muzzle velocity of 700 feet per second or greater." Ginny Simone speaks with Tom King, President of the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association, who explains that this measure is not about safety for citizens, it's about pushing an ultimate anti-gun agenda. Originally aired 12/20/2010.