President of the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association (NYSRPA) Tom King talks to Cam Edwards about the halted progress of New York Senate Bill 6005A on micro-stamping. The bill was coming due for a vote but was pulled from the agenda by Senate Democrats in the hopes of pulling in more backers. King says that the bill ran out of steam despite the concerted effort of anti-gun activists led by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and its chances for success in a later vote are slim. He also discusses an invasive new website that publishes the contact information of over 600,000 pistol owners in the state of New York. Originally aired 6/15/2010.