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Beretta AR-70 Sporter rifle Fabrique National FN, FNC rifle Franchi LAW 12 auto, SPAS 12 pump/auto shotguns Heckler and Koch HK 91, 93, 94 rifles Israeli Military Industries Galil Rifles, UZI carbines Steyr Daimler-Pusch A.U.G. autoloading rifle Striker 12 shotgun Valmet M-76 standard rifle, M78 semi-auto

  • (4)

    Any other weapon to be subsequently designated by law.

    • B.

      A copy of any of the weapons listed in Subsection A(1), (2) and (3) of this section shall

include any other model by the same manufacturer with the same action design having slight modifications or enhancements, provided that such weapon as modified or enhanced employs only ammunition of more than .22 caliber rimfire; any weapon with an action design identical or nearly identical to any of the listed weapons which has been designed from, renamed, renumbered or patterned after any of the listed weapons regardless of the manufacturer or country of origin, provided that such weapon employs only ammunition of more than .22 caliber rimfire; or any weapon which has been manufactured and sold by another company under a licensing agreement to manufacture or sell a weapon identical or nearly identical to any of the listed weapons regardless of the company or production or country of origin, provided that such weapon employs only ammunition of more than .22 caliber rimfire. C. "Assault weapon" does not include weapons that do not use cartridges, manually operated bolt-action weapons, lever-action weapons, slide-action weapons, single-shot weapons, multiple-barrel weapons, revolving-cylinder weapons except shotguns, semiautomatic weapons that use exclusively a rotary Mannlicher-style magazine, any antique firearm as defined in Article 265 of the Penal Law or any assault weapon which has been modified either to render it permanently inoperable or permanently make it a device no longer defined as an assault weapon.

§ 193-16. Prohibition; penalty; registration of existing weapons. A. Any person, firm or corporation who or which shall, on or after the effective date of this Article, manufacture, import, keep, offer or expose for sale, give, lend or possess any assault weapon in the City of Albany, except as provided for herein, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be subject to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000.) and/or to imprisonment not exceeding one (1) year. B. Any individual who lawfully acquired and possessed an assault weapon, as defined herein, prior to the effective date of this Article shall register the firearm with the Chief of the Albany Police Department pursuant to the provisions of § 193-17 herein. The registration shall be made within ninety (90) days of the effective date hereof and shall contain a description of the firearm that identifies it uniquely, including all identification marks and the full name, address, date of birth and fingerprints of the owner, together with such other information as the Chief of Police may deem appropriate. Any change of address of the owner must be registered with the Department within ninety (90) days of the change. The Department may charge a fee for registration not to exceed the actual processing costs of the Department. Such registration shall allow the possession of the firearm on the registrant's property or for the uses specified in § 193-17.

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