NYSRPA v Bruen was the recent Supreme Court case. In its decision, SCOTUS overturned New York’s overly restrictive regulations on obtaining a license to carry a concealed weapon (CCW). Those restrictions violated a key phrase of the Second Amendment:
In other words, you are allowed to bear arms as well as owning them. One way New Yorkers got around those regulations was bribery. Fortunately for all of us, Rob Romano compiled a list of items and actions used to bribe police officials to get a CCW. Here are the things used as bribes in New York to get a CCW before NYSRPA v Bruen.