A group of Republican state lawmakers are once again pushing for legislation that would limit the application of much of the SAFE Act to New York City.

The Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement (SAFE) Act of 2013 was enacted in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, CT. At the time, Gov. Cuomo described it as “the toughest gun control law in the United States.”

The bill would limit the application of a number of elements of the SAFE Act applicable only to New York City. These include the five-year recertification requirement for pistol permits; restrictions on transferring firearms to family members as part of an estate; and an expanded definition of an assault weapon — applicable only in New York City.