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Old 03-10-2011, 11:46 PM   #41
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Actually from all the people I know in CT they will be doing options 2 or 3. The taxes and laws are bad enough as it is I can see a lot of people I know going for option 3.
Connecticut, the "Contitution State", has become more appropriately the "Socialist State" - Taxes, regulations, high cost of living, taxes, anti business, and taxes. Businesses are moving out like they were hit with the plague and for good reason. Got my vacation home in NH, "Live Free or Die", and will probably wind up there full time soon. Good riddance to the socialists. By the way, the proposed bill does have an exception for 22 cal. and allows for a resident to posses magazines in excess of ten round capacity as long as they are held in a location outside of the “State”.
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Old 03-10-2011, 11:54 PM   #42
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That's crazy you can have the mag but not in conn what good are they. Then I just think the gov should keep its nose out. Of what it dosent understand like a comiedian said. If guns kill people I can blame mispelled words on my pencle
Guess the gov don't understand that
With reduced capacity wouldn't guns be able to. Be smaller and easier to concieal !
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The problem is, you can't use logic when trying to understand politicians especially in Connecticut. I've come to the realization they're totally illogical.
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Why not increase capacity say 50 rds min hay my criminal tick that in you wast band. Wate it don't fit so he's bact to 1 round only in the chamber right
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I used to live up there but I promptly left after I graduated hight school. The state really went down hill when Weicker was Governor and started the income tax. When he was Gov I remember seeing the license plate stickers on people cars that said the Tax Me To Death State and Taxed to Death.
In every state I have lived in since I left CT people were always amazed that you are charged property tax on a motor vehicle there. No other state I have lived in has done that.
Also in every other state I've been in they are pro gun and have Sheriffs Departments. In CT it's all the State Police and they look upon a gun owner as a criminal. One of my friends went to get his prints the other year and they made him wait 2-3 hours before they did it. And this was on a weekend and he was the first in line.
From what they were saying they are even making it hard to renew you professional licenses and increased the cost of them. And if you don't they threaten to charge you with a felony.
It's a shame what CT and Mass have become. One the starting points of freedom and a revolution against oppression and big government they have now become everything out Founding Fathers fought against. It's a shame I love the outdoors and there is some pretty country up there.
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The problem is, you can't use logic when trying to understand politicians especially in Connecticut. I've come to the realization they're totally illogical.
You can say that again. I still don't know who would actually vote for Dick Bleumenthol for Senate. He is one of the greasest weasels to ever come along. And he is VERY anti 2A.
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Maby we all gun lovers need to ban together and fight for our rights like ther dowing in outher coutrys
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I hate to say this but it needs to be said, our government is bring this county into a civil war, the price of gas, food, jobs going to other county's and letting illegals into our county,and a president who just wants to go somewhere and play with our money, and how come all our big shots know he's not an american but don't do anything about it, they just let him bring down our country.
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I hate to say this but it needs to be said, our government is bring this county into a civil war
Yes, it is.

Please take a look at the thread "Unintended Consequences" in this forum (Legal and Activism) and read it. If you want to know whether or not all the laws and abuses by government that have been passed against firearm owners are reasonable, just ask yourself this one question: Let's pretend there are no gun laws on the books at all, and Congress wants to pass, in one anti-gun omnibus bill, all the limitations, bans and restrictions we have seen come through the legislative process since the early 1900's. Would you tolerate it as you do today?
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I say we pass a law stating all gov. officials have to pass a common sense test before they can run. If they do not pass THEY are arrested and sent to jail. I hope and pray this does not pass. If it does I wonder how many more states are going to jump on the bann wagon.
I'm going to try to read up more on this but for right now I have to buy more mags and bury them in the back yard.
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