Located in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan.
This site is maintained by a joint effort of former members of NYPD's 6th Precinct by donating photographs and trivia.
"When we were Kings"
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Thanks to all the members who allow our annual reunion to be as successful as it has been for the past  sixteen years by showing their support and responding by traveling as far as 3000 miles.
This page was last updated on: December 18, 2014
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A butterfly flies beside us like a sunbeam, and for a brief moment it's glory and beauty belong to our world. But then it flies on again, and though we wish it could have stayed, we feel so lucky to have seen it.

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Bobby De,  1961 Plymouth, Summer 1961 We got the new car because it was so ugly the bosses didn't want it.
September     2015  is the date for the re-union.
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"When We Were Kings"  coined by  Tony "Snake" Dellaventura           may he rest in peace
Firearm qualification for HR 218 in Rockland County NY
For Information on Rockland County, click on the bar below.
Because of the many questions we received on LEOSA (HR-218) we opened another (whew!) page, please click on the LEOSA bar below.
For our members that live in Nassau and Suffolk Counties that were looking for a location close to home.
Graig Gresh is currently offering  certification in regards to 18 USC 926C   (HR 218 / S. 1132)  LEOSA

  The HR 218 qualification requirement phone number for information as to time and date is up on the first page of our web site, scroll down to the red area. The location is in Brooklyn.  It covers all of NY State.  For the qualification location in Rockland County which also covers all of New York State and information and paper forms press the button above this notice.  Rockland County takes about one hour after arrival and Brooklyn takes about three or four hours, due to the number of retirees attending.



Flying aboard a commercial airline:

There is no way to carry on your weapon on a plane, it has to be declared (very important) at the luggage counter and you have to advise them that you have a weapon in your luggage and that it is unloaded and registered they will then call security they will open the luggage with you present, check the weapon to see if the weapon is empty and if it is locked in a case inside your luggage and then check your permit.  The weapon has to be in a lockable gun or pistol case with a trigger lock and you have to have a lock on the case. They will put a plastic security tie wrap through the handles of the gun case and then it's allowed to proceed.  They will give you a red or white decoration card depending on the air carrier you’re using.  When you land and pick up your baggage you have to open it and check the plastic tie wrap to see if it's still secure, if it's not report it to security forthwith.   Seems like a lot of bullshit, but if you don't do it this way and they catch it with the x-ray there would be three times the bullshit to go through.  You will probably be arrested as a terrorist.

In New York only: 10 round magazines, NO 15 round magazines, no excuses, if you try to renew your pistol license at One Police Plaza there is a box to check at the bottom of the application on how many rounds does the weapon hold, if you check more than ten your application will be rejected

The 10 round limits seems to be the same in many states, NY being one of them, If I thought 10 wasn’t enough, I would carry an extra magazine with 10 more rounds, if you need it, it takes a second to reload.   New York insists on a 10 round magazine, no excuses, elsewhere a 15 round magazine with only 10 rounds in it is OK, let me add that he round in the chamber does NOT count, even in New York  So if you have a 10 round magazine and one in the chamber you really have 11.  That's enough in most cases.  If you’re down at One Police Plaza they have the 10 round magazines.

The No being drunk is mandatory, all over in fifty states, if youwant to drink leave the weapon at home, It will void the requirements of HR 218, if you visit Hawaii, 1 once of liquor is enough to get you collared when you’re carrying.  Each state has its own set of rules; you have to be conscious of them if you’re spending time vacationing away from home.  Florida has its own set of many petty rules, no weapons in federal parks and city owned buildings among many other regulations.  I’m just trying to mention a few of the many that may be out there in vacation land. Play heads up and everything will be fine.




Call Graig Gresh at 516 521 9055 and make an appointment, his web site is www.firearmstactics.com