Citizens of Conneticutt are Rising

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by Triumphman, Jan 28, 2014.

  1. Triumphman

    Triumphman Member

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    I'm understanding on another Forum that the Citizens are saying FU to Conneticutt's new Gun Registration.
    Apparently, only a few thousand came forward on January 1st when the Law of Registering went into effect, and now the State is calling for Amesty to make "Free Citizens" feel that they're doing something wrong, and that registering your Assault Weapon and other Weapons that are fed with more than 10 rounds is for your benefit.
    I say that it looks like the day of Revolution is upon us and it's starting with Conneticutt.
    Hope the NRA is backing the Faithful on their Road to Freedom?

    Anybody here from the State that can shed some light?
     
  2. sputnik1988

    sputnik1988 New Member

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    If everyone rufuses, they can't enforce it. We are many, they are few.
     

  3. Mercator

    Mercator New Member

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    And who elected those who passed the Registration? Not the Feds.

    The law may not be enforced door-to-door, but will remain in the books. It may become a stalemate, but then it is constant pressure. Go to a range, get pulled over for speeding - busted. Step out of the car, turn around.

    I dig civil disobedience, but the real change will come only if the People regain their wits and vote right the next time.
     
  4. Donn

    Donn New Member

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    Connecticut? A state so blue it's almost purple, the hotbed of gun rights revolution? I'll believe that when I see it.
     
  5. Warrior1256

    Warrior1256 New Member

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    Hope that they continue to refuse to register, hail to the freedom loving people of the Great State of Connecticut!!!!!!
     
  6. alsaqr

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    Every gun bought in CT is listed in a database. When the person bought their "assault weapon" in CT a DPS-3 form was filled out multiple copies: A copy goes to the CT State Police.

    From a CT site:

    http://www.ctguntalk.com/smf/index.php/topic,18072.0.html

    Copy of CT DPS-3 form:

    www.ct.gov/despp/lib/despp/slfu/firearms/dps-3-c.pdf



    One of these days the state of CT will hire some offshore company to sort through that database and compare it against registered "assault weapons". The polizei will knock on doors and confiscate the unregistered "assault weapon/s".

    Yep, that's how it works in an anti-gun state.
     
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  7. wittmeba

    wittmeba New Member

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    Agreed. It is easy to make bold statements but when confronted by LE it is a one on one and the individual will lose. Then you are faced with the burden of an attorney to defend your God given rights. That may not be right but that is likely how it will be.

    Everyone is or will be facing the same circumstances. Might be a different scenario but it will be the Law against the individual and that is what makes it difficult. Odds are stacked against the individual.
     
  8. therewolf

    therewolf New Member

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    Or maybe if they VOTE at all, the next time...
     
  9. John_Deer

    John_Deer New Member

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    They do vote. But instead of finding a democrat who will support the second amendment they have to have a republican. In turn, they lose on all issues. In the northeast gun owners and conservatives have to think for themselves instead of being a puppet to the republican party. When a republican is elected, what do they get? Chris Christie! Obama white! Instead of conservatives changing the democratic party from within the democrats are painting up their candidates as republicans.
     
  10. John_Deer

    John_Deer New Member

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    Even in Germany they never went door to door searching for weapons until they started rounding up the jews. Yes, there was massive civil disobedience in Germany. The Australians only managed to collect 20% of the guns in Australia. Canadian gun registration was a disaster. Outside of the big cities law enforcement refused to register weapons. Inside cities most people failed to register their weapon.

    I am not just spouting out my opinion. Just a few days ago the NRA posted these facts to their facebook page.
     
  11. nitestalker

    nitestalker New Member

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    The Germans volunteered and turned their arms in. But you are correct. American troops found tons of firearms in private homes after the surrender. The American military piled the private arms along the curbs. They drove tanks over these weapons to decommission them.
     
  12. FernandoTheCommando

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    I'm in ri right next to ct. The gun owners are outnumbered by the anti gunners. They are better off moving because every election they get out voted by liberals. I agree with the fact that if you don't register it just creates legal problems in the future. It's horrible that they have to deal with this, and I literally PRAY that this never drifts over into Rhode island. New citizens to ct can't even register their weapons. They have to turn them in or "make them inoperable". If i moved there (which I never will) I wouldn't be getting rid of one damn gun. I'd rather risk it and dribe to the ranges in Rhode island or make a weekend trip to new Hampshire. It's the people of ct who are voting for these idiots that come up with these laws. There are small bands of pro gun citizens that do stand up for their rights, but it hasnt changed anything yet. Everyone is scared to open their mouth, especially after the newtown school shooting. Talking about guns in ct, without being in a group of gun owners, will get you looked at like you have two heads. "But guns are evil! Guns killed all those children in the school! If citizens own guns then everyone will kill each other and go on mass shootings every time they are upset or get cut off in traffic." You can't even educate people because they are scared to talk about it and they would NEVER let you run a pro gun commercial. I think mass, ct, Calif, and any other state which restricts its citizens rights, should be without law enforcement carrying guns. If they want to take lac guns, then the cops should have to use billy clubs and not guns in that state. Every manufacturer should refuse to arm the police and national gaurd in those states until they realize that the law abiding private citizens are not the enemy. Criminal are....and it's obvious they don't follow ANY gun laws.

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  13. alsaqr

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    Republicans in liberal anti-gun states like CT get elected by mimicking anti-gun liberals. They trash the NRA and otherwise pander to the liberal crowd. Case in point: MA governor Mitt Romney.
     
  14. orangello

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    Do those poor oppressed Yankees have to fill out a form when they sell firearms they purchased in CT? If not, "I sold that firearm to Bubba to help control his muskrat invasion. Crazy animals those muskrats; I hear tell one tried to invade Richard Gere's rear once...". (fart repeatedly)


    Isn't Ruger in Connecticut? Why?
     
  15. Mack Bolan

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    Colt too, in Hartford.
     
  16. Mercator

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    New England is Nation's Armory. How much longer is another question.

    Lynchburg, TN is in a dry county. Consumption can be banned, but the tax-paying industry remains. I suppose a Hartford could find itself in a gun-free county or state, if the antis succeed.
     
  17. FernandoTheCommando

    FernandoTheCommando New Member

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    Could? Hell, they are halfway there.

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  18. mseric

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    I think you guys are misinformed as to the reason for the proposed "Amnesty" for CT Firearms owners.

    It has little if anything to do with an "Up-rising" or Citizens refusal to Register and more to do with enough time and the Holiday shut down of Government offices.

    This proposed "Amnesty" is only temporary so those that "Wanted" to register but could not will have more time to do so.

    people who were attempting in good faith to comply with the law…were not able to because of what I would argue were circumstances not under their control," said Senate Minority Leader John McKinney, who said he has been in discussion with other lawmakers about a possible amnesty period for people who tried to register but failed to do so.

    Post offices closed at noon on Dec. 31, and as a result, "many citizens" dropped their paperwork in the mail on Dec. 31, but had it returned because it was not postmarked until Jan. 2, said McKinney, who last week wrote a letter to the governor's office asking them to process the applications postmarked Jan. 2.

    The governor's office responded Tuesday with a letter to legislative leaders in which they maintained the law prevents them from processing the late applications.

    "We said, well, it's too late," said Michael Lawlor, Under Secretary for Criminal Justice and Policy Planning for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.


    http://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-gun-registration-lawlor-20140122,0,3807026.story
     
  19. mseric

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    Wishful thinking that an Up-Rising was on the horizon, but in reality, just an extension so the Sheeple can continue on with their Registration.
     
  20. wittmeba

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    This mindset says lets all become criminals. That is what they seem to want. They can control criminals (Law abiding Criminals if there is such a thing :) ) easier than plain LAC. They can then take your guns - legally - and put you in jail. They may get crowded but they will find a way. Your record will then reflect that you have broken the law - you may lose gun rights for that reason.

    I don't think quantity is a factor - many of us and few of them. They pick away at us as individual citizens, build fear-in-our-hearts, scare us and they remain with rights to have guns (LE that is). Just what is happening in NY with the magazine and so-called assault weapon registration/ban.