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Connecticut Gun Owners Revolt; Refuse to Register Firearms & Magazines

by Paul Joseph Watson, infowars:

Gun owners in Connecticut have revolted against a new gun control law, with just 38,000 out of 2.4 million high capacity magazines being registered with authorities.

Following the Sandy Hook shooting in December 2012, Connecticut passed a law which banned ammunition magazines capable of carrying more than 10 rounds. Residents who had acquired such magazines before the law came into effect were mandated to register them with state police by January 1, 2014. The law also banned assault rifles manufactured after 1994, requiring them to be declared to authorities.

Weeks after the deadline expired, authorities revealed that 50,016 assault weapons and 38,290 ammunition magazines had been registered.

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2 comments to Connecticut Gun Owners Revolt; Refuse to Register Firearms & Magazines

  • Harvey Wallbanger

    Good for the gun owners of Connecticut. 4 million Canadians did the same when the draconian firearms act of 1995 was introduced. As of today the statistics still have not reconciled the difference between current registration data and those prior to 1995 when 4 million gun owners and their guns suddenly dropped off the radar. The current statistics used by the government of Canada and the UN are a joke but they go on pretending. It is estimated that in a country of just over 30 million there are 20 million guns.

  • Z

    Lots of rich Wall Street types live in S. CT. Nervous anyone?

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