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Old 12-05-2013, 01:05 AM   #1
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So what does anyone think of the "Declaration of High Capacity Magazine(s) Appendix A" regulation requirement? If you have high capacity magazines (over ten rounds) you are required to register prior to January 1, 2014.

http://www.ct.gov/despp/cwp/view.asp?Q=530224&A=4213
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Old 12-05-2013, 01:08 AM   #2
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Registration: step 1 towards confiscation.
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Registration: step 1 towards confiscation.
Yep. History has proven.

Why would they want to know you have it if they really plan on letting you keep it?

Reminds me of that other question: why do I want guns? Why do YOU want to take them away?
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Is that correct? Like that BS is real?
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Is that correct? Like that BS is real?
Oh it's very real!!!! Have to register "assault weapons" as well. Funny part is my wife's 22/45 lite is considered an assault weapon under the new rules.
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Take them apart and they become "parts kits" or "rebuild kits".

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Step one should be get the hell out of that state.
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Holy smoke. The rest of the stuff on that page bother me as well. Like application to purchase ammo. Eligibility to purchase firearm. Sale or transfer I firearm. Screw that place. I was stationed there from 2000-2004. Couldn't get out fast enough, but apparently I did get out before it got more insane.
State, county, town, and city governments rape gun owners over fees there.
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Take them apart and they become "parts kits".
But I bet assembling those pars kits carries fines and other trouble with it.
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