This is a discussion on CT proposed AWB changes within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Watch out Connecticut gun owners. Sen. Bye and Rep. Godfrey‘s proposals—which will be packaged as one bill—will seek to: Prohibit the sale and possession of ...
Watch out Connecticut gun owners.
Sen. Bye and Rep. Godfrey‘s proposals—which will be packaged as one bill—will seek to:
Prohibit the sale and possession of any rifle, shotgun or pistol magazine with a capacity of more than 10 rounds;
Expand the definition of an ‘assault weapon’ under current Connecticut state law to apply to firearms which exhibit just one particular physical trait, as opposed to two (i.e., the presence of a pistol grip beneath the action of the weapon);
Require the registration with state law enforcement officials—and the biennial registration renewal—of all firearms by model and serial number;
Institute a 50-percent sales tax on the sale of ammunition and firearms magazines;
Require a permit to purchase ammunition;
Prohibit the online purchase of ammunition;
Prohibit the purchase of ammunition in Connecticut by anyone who is not legally authorized to possess a firearm in Connecticut;
Prohibit the storage of firearms and ammunition in a manner that allows access by persons under age 18.
"Prohibit the sale and possession of any rifle, shotgun or pistol magazine with a capacity of more than 10 rounds".
This may become the key pharse word in any new federal or state gun laws....."Possession"...If you can't be in possession then you have a weapon you will need to keep hidden away, and never use and never be caught with......
We will have to see what comes down from fantasy Island.........
There are two types of people who carry concealed weapons...Responsible ones and Irresponsible ones...which are you...