Undated (WBEN/AP) -- NYSAFE -- New York's new gun-control law -- means that magazines containing only seven rounds will be available in New York as of April 15.
Some manufacturers will -- and some won't -- comply with that new rule.
The owner of Firearms Training of Western New York says some companies that make the magazines aren't willing to take that step.
"There are some manufacturers that have stated that they would not make modified magazines just for New York," says James Emmick, owner of Firearms Training of Western New York.
Emmick says some companies don't want to be seen as supporting the law and just aren't interested.
"There are some people who have said ... we still want to provide protection to New York residents and still afford them the right to be able to carry," Emmick says.
Emmick also says other manufacturers don't seem to have a problem with it.
And some smaller companies have compliant magazines that could hit the market soon.
New York's gun-control has been place for more than a month, and has generated plenty of controversy. Now, it seems a similar effort in another state is also creating a problem with a business that operates there.
A Colorado company that manufactures firearm accessories has stepped into the spotlight over the gun control debate as state lawmakers consider limiting ammunition magazines.
Officials at Erie-based Magpul Industries have told legislators they will leave the state if the pass a bill to ban magazines that hold more than 15 rounds.
Lawmakers have tried to ease Magpul's concerns by amending the proposal to specify the company can still manufacture magazines of any size, but they could only sell them out of state or to law enforcement and the military.
Company officials argue the limits on magazine sizes won't prevent violence but will cause legal uncertainty for their business.
The company has largely been operated largely unnoticed since 1999. The firearm accessories they sell are used by gun enthusiasts, the military and law enforcement.