New York historical reenactments canceled over fear participants will be thrown in jail over strict gun laws

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Multiple historical reenactments in New York have been canceled out of fear participants could be thrown in jail for breaking the state’s new gun laws. 

"Two weeks ago we started getting issues from units out of state and in state who were afraid if they came and brought weapons with them, muskets, that they'd be charged with a felony," reenactment organizer Harold Nicholson told CBS 6. 

One reenactment in Montgomery County was canceled on Friday, and the Rogers Island Military Camp reenactment event was also canceled. The Rogers Island reenactment had been held in Fort Edward for the last 25 years, according to CBS 6.
Source: Fox News
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