If It Is This Bad In Connecticut, What Will Happen In New York

If It Is This Bad In Connecticut, What Will Happen In New York

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    If It Is This Bad In Connecticut, What Will Happen In New York

    Given the estimated one million newly-defined assault weapons which must be registered under the SAFE Act by April 15th?
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    It would be my "best guess' the outcome will be determined on how it goes in CT - we know how it went in Canada (with NO 2nd)

    I doubt most in NY will comply (other than perhaps in NYC which I'm doubting is filled with them anyway???) IF they don't have other means to find out who owns them they cannot enforce this stupidity - and I think most know that reality
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    Phase two of the experiment.
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    I'm thinking phase 2 as well. I'm thinking another "Executive Order" will come when enough of the population doesn't comply with the "manditory registration law" as in CT and the pending "SAFE" act in NY.
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    You know...I got to thinking...


    Why Connecticut? Why not New York first?

    Then it dawned on me. Sandyhook.

    Its still fresh on their minds and anti-gun sentiment is at an emotional high right now. Anti's are experts at striking while the iron is hot. Its been long enough to not be accused of being insensitive to the needs of the people affected, yet no one has forgotten it yet.




    What other explanation could there be? I think that the Governor going stupid with the statements and perhaps even the phone call to the LT. that at first sounded reasonable then morphed off into unreasonableness might have been a ploy to "force" something so that the Present Administration could "step in" and strip of even more rights all in the name of "peace and safety".

    Stranger things have happened. With the Socialists in power that we have now, it can even get stranger.
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    I live in PA just a skip across the border, but work in NY. With most friends in NY I stay very abreast on the goings on.

    Sheriffs in almost all counties oppose SAFE Act.
    The ammunition registration/background check has been put on hold
    A recent court case says if you CC the police have the right to unload and make safe your handgun when they stop you... however, under the 4th Amendment do not have the right to unload your MAGAZINE and count your rounds.
    Most LEO, outside of NYC and Albany have already said they will not enforce the 7rd law. (No magazine larger than 10rd, never more than 7rd loaded unless at approved shooting range)

    The SAFE Act has begun to crumple (JMHO) and I think, and hope, the assault rife registration will be the final coffin nail..

    NY 2A groups have been VERY active in trying to get SAFE Act repealled and are actively watching and reporting on CT's issues.
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    I think I am safe in my lifetime that I will be able to keep my weapons but I tell my four sons to try to get as proficient with revolvers an subcompact semis as you can because sooner or later the restrictions on capacity will happen in their time. Just to many uneducated an under informed voters out there. With the military being pared down to historic levels an likewise homeland security growing an given power to police the US population it wont be long till they see us (armed citizens) as a threat that needs disarming. I am in my 60's an a vet and worked my whole life to make sure my kids can raise a family an enjoy them as I have. Every generation as it aged has been worried over different issues but this is the first generation that is starting to mistrust our own government to this extent. I am not a conspiracy nut never had time always working. But nothing this government has done in the last ten years has given me any confidence that they are working toward our benefit. That said I am going fishing have a great day.
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    Id like to see what theyd do with every gun owner in CT if they marched to the Governors Mansion. Be even better if you could open carry right up to the property line.

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    Because they do keep the back round checks and do tie them to the weapon purchased at that time . They know ever weapon you have purchased post back round check. You can but ,but ,but all you want they did keep the records and they do link them.
    I have heard of some that have all of a families weapon purchased by the oldest and most likely not to be around as long as the rest. This is one way of burying the paper Trail. You can do as you please but no weapon of mine will ever be listed in a will or estate .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasejax View Post
    Id like to see what theyd do with every gun owner in CT if they marched to the Governors Mansion. Be even better if you could open carry right up to the property line.
    Make sure they're illegal immigrants, that'll throw em for a loop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    You know...I got to thinking...


    Why Connecticut? Why not New York first?

    Then it dawned on me. Sandyhook.

    Its still fresh on their minds and anti-gun sentiment is at an emotional high right now. Anti's are experts at striking while the iron is hot. Its been long enough to not be accused of being insensitive to the needs of the people affected, yet no one has forgotten it yet.




    What other explanation could there be? I think that the Governor going stupid with the statements and perhaps even the phone call to the LT. that at first sounded reasonable then morphed off into unreasonableness might have been a ploy to "force" something so that the Present Administration could "step in" and strip of even more rights all in the name of "peace and safety".

    Stranger things have happened. With the Socialists in power that we have now, it can even get stranger.
    And WHAT was "their reasoning"??? They admit they can't say it would do one thing to prevented Sandy Hook OR another such incident - But

    "We had to do something"

    SO - rather than "do something useful that would actually help things "(such as armed security at every school) they come up with this illegal "stuff" that only attempts to punish the law abiding gun owners and they wonder why the vast majority laughs at them?????
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