Reading the comments, it is not a "simple" drop in piece of tin.
You must use a specific Colt bolt carrier, have a low shelf receiver, be able to time your rifle among other things.
That's not to say it is impossible, but not do-able by the average guy with a PSA kit or Windham rifle.
That's how I got my first one.
Bought it over the phone from a dealer in another county, sent payment, he emailed a receipt. FFL held it till my permit was approved. Went to Sheriff's office to pick up permit, added purchase, drove to FFL, gave him my coupon, ran NICS, left with purchase.
just to clarify, are we talking about the state eliminating the automatic NICS approval after 3 days vs an actual waiting period / cool down period to pick up your purchase?
I take it that it is the NICS thing. This is on top of the amendment waiting period that some counties suffer.
Was just reading an article where they were talking about why plainclothes officers had reflective tape on their Glocks during the party in Washington on 06 Jan.
Was linked to their site from the SW22 forum...
I just looked via the NYSP website and mine has been recertified.
I was a year late.
The next recertification will be due based on the date that they received my paperwork and not the date my permit was issued.