2006 New York Code - Violation.



 
    § 10-310 Violation. Except as is otherwise provided in sections 10-302
  and  10-303.1,  violation  of  sections 10-301 through 10-309 shall be a
  misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not more than one  thousand  dollars
  or  imprisonment  of  not  more than one year or both, provided that the
  first violation of such sections involving possession of an unregistered
  rifle or shotgun or rifle or shotgun ammunition or an ammunition feeding
  device which is designed for use in a rifle  or  shotgun  and  which  is
  capable  of  holding  no  more  than  five  rounds  of  rifle or shotgun
  ammunition shall be an offense punishable by a fine  of  not  more  than
  three  hundred dollars or imprisonment of not more than fifteen days, or
  both on condition that (a) the  first  violation  of  possession  of  an
  unregistered  rifle  and  shotgun  or  rifle or shotgun ammunition or an
  ammunition feeding device which is  designed  for  use  in  a  rifle  or
  shotgun  and  which  is  capable  of holding no more than five rounds of
  rifle or shotgun ammunition is not in conjunction with the commission of
  a crime and (b) the possessor has not been  previously  convicted  of  a
  felony  or  a  serious  offense and (c) the possessor has not previously
  applied for and been denied a permit for such possession.

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