family heirloom revolver

Erie County officials classified the firearm as a “nuisance weapon.” When retired Army staff sergeant Andrew Ciepiela went to the Old County Hall in Buffalo, New York, to register his .38-caliber Iver Johnson revolver from 1917, he didn’t expect to hit any roadblocks. After all, it was a family heirloom that had been passed down

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