CT, Our Trouble is Here

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by ALS-15, Dec 6, 2013.

  1. ALS-15

    ALS-15 New Member

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    We have 3 1/2 weeks to register our "EVIL" assault weapons and our "EVIL" high capacity mags or become FELONS! There is nothing we can do at this point that I know of. I'm going to do it. No choice. I can't tell you how awful I feel about this. I know it is the beginning of real bad things to come.
    Does anyone know if the law has been challenged in court yet? I would move to the good old USA if I could. ( Where is the good old USA any way?)
     
  2. towboater

    towboater Well-Known Member

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    As of now, Ky is still very gun friendly.

    Sorry about your state.
     

  3. duddie10

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    Yes there is a few law suits going on right now. We just lost one
    too it to the supreme court. Lost. Big suprise. We tryed going after maloy for his 1 night closed door legislation over the "assult weapons" ban. No general discution was made no peoples debate time. Every thing that happened was against the constituion. Now to take it a step higher. This is why it is so important to joint ccdl,nra and other groups.
     
  4. DrFootball

    DrFootball disappointed & disgusted, But DETERMINED... Lifetime Supporter

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    Looks like the only way is get out! I feel for you folks. VT, ME, and PA are all thats left....
     
  5. SSGN_Doc

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    CT, NY, MA, IL, CA need to be invaded by gun lovers, during an election year. Most of those states are against any voter ID. use their stupidity against them I say.
     
  6. LIBERTY2

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    You most certainly do have a choice!!!!! Never let them get your firearm info. If that means moving or storing them out of state or breaking the law so be it. Better to die on my feet than to live on my knees.
     
  7. Garadex

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    I would hide any guns that I plan to use for SHTF, as long as you feel fine with that, and I would register everything else.
     
  8. ALS-15

    ALS-15 New Member

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    Liberty2, With my back against the wall my choice is to do it because they already know I have them. If they didn't that might be another story. If they come to get them I won't be the only one to "Die on my feet."
     
  9. alsaqr

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    i feel for our gunowning friends in CT, NY, CO and CA.

    BTW: There is a downside to moving from a state like CT that has a really good economy and high paying jobs to a state with good gun laws and a sorry economy, like OK.
     
  10. clr8ter

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    ALS, how do they already know you have them? And, as such, isn't a registry redundant and pointless? (Uh, that question is for them, I suppose…) DrFootball, you forgot NH. We are more gun friendly than PA & ME, I believe. You and everybody else is more than welcome.:)
    So, anyway, this may answer one of my long-standing questions regarding this issue; Will people register, or will they hold out and keep their mouths shut in defiance? My suspicion is that while everybody talks a good game, most of us would register, particularly if "they" already know what you have. I am not necessarily excluding myself.
     
  11. duddie10

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    I agree with you on that. Most every one i know that has the "evil assult weapons" are registering them. I dont want to do it but the only way to beat the jackoffs is to play there game and be better at it then them. And when it comes time to throw them out we will do that. Oh and know any nice houses for sale in NH?
     
  12. DrFootball

    DrFootball disappointed & disgusted, But DETERMINED... Lifetime Supporter

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    Yes I did forget NH! my Apologies! Been there Twice, a Late Uncle of mine Lived on Top of a Hill in Lyme NH from about 1976 until his passing about a year an a half ago. He was 93 BTW,,,,
     
  13. clr8ter

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    Oh, there are PLENTY. There is a really nice house 2 doors down. Unfortunately, the old lady wants (IMHO) too much, and I don't think you can shoot in your backyard in this town. We go a half hour to my buddies house and shoot in a sandpit. We do have an indoor range 40 min north, where you can rent almost anything, including Full Auto.
     
  14. duddie10

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    Im guna start looking in NH im renting now and im sure theres some good machinest jobs up there. I know sig is there. And its not to far to visit family if i want to
     
  15. clr8ter

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    Ahhhh, a machinist. Yeah, there seem to be plenty of those jobs. MY BIL just got one without too much of a problem. The pay might be slightly better, and there may be more of them if you go into Mass. But then, you get boned for Mass income tax. Yeah, SIG is out by the beach. As many times as I have gone by, I have never stopped…….
     
  16. clr8ter

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    Ahhhh, a machinist. Yeah, there seem to be plenty of those jobs. MY BIL just got one without too much of a problem. The pay might be slightly better, and there may be more of them if you go into Mass. But then, you get boned for Mass income tax. Yeah, SIG is out by the beach. As many times as I have gone by, I have never stopped…….
     
  17. WebleyFosbery38

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    Duddie, sad they dont realize someone like you could be so much more dangerous than a single *** weapon in the wrong hands because you can make hundreds of non *** weapons full autos with your skills (Read that on the webz, just a little filing of the whatchamacallit thingy)! Watch out, the next ban will be skilled craftsmen with files!

    NY may have lead the way (As we often do) but its far from the only and will only be part of a growing list of states doing the same things until the Feds feel they have enough support to go Nationwide with it. Running from bogus laws wont fix it for our kids or grandchildren, only make them decide to become criminals or gypsies like their forefathers (Us) that chose to lift and shift every time someone changes the law.

    Stand your ground is more than a notion of protecting your home, there is no home worth protecting if its in a homeland that restricts you Liberties and rights! Some would say thats the perfect reason to leave but I say hell no, I wont go!

    For those of you that dont know, NY is not an anti gun state its an anti gun City! My guess is that most of the States considering controls on gun owners have the same issues as us, the entire state is being forced to accept what small portions of it demand. Look a little closer and you will see that cities that are out of control in our states that have very few issues like they do have commandeered the entire state to fix their crime issues.

    When I was young (60's), going to the big city was an exciting thing for me! All until the first time I entered NY City as a 7 year old and realized there were more animals there than in the boonies where I lived! Walking down a subway staircase, I stepped in a pile of human sh!t with my brand new leather shoes I had just been given by Grandma so that I looked presentable in the big city! Ha, I would have been better off wearing my Packs (Barn Boots)! At least in the boonies were taught to go off the trail and dig a cat hole, in the city, they crap right on the trail, something a cow would do!

    The fix is to kill the cities and dry up their base not run to a state that probably has cities just like the one you left! The good news is they are imploding by themselves and times on our side not theirs. NYC does not exist if everyone that surrounds it refuses to enter because they suck so bad. We may not be able to stop NY City as a a single state but we could as a nation of 2A supporters because united by the same documents that currently separate us, we cannot fail! I will keep saying it until all the cows come home, We have to hit them in the wallet, they wont care otherwise! If you dont stop them from taking tourism and commerce dollars we give them and using them against us, your cities will be the next ones to Vote you a safer state FOOG!

    Im lucky in some ways, if I hadnt lost all my guns in a tragic boating accident, they were all untraceable anyways being as how I havent bought one in nearly 30 years and all were either inherited or "cash in hand, trust no man and down the road we go"! I guess if I had an *** weapon NY might want me to register, I would legally sell it and buy 3 non *** weapons in a gun friendly state, cash cash and do a Radar ORiely Jeep Job, send them home a piece at a time!
     
  18. duddie10

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    Yah im def going to start looking. In the spring im guna make a long weekend of it. Stop up and check out different areas and jobs.
     
  19. duddie10

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    Your 100% right. Running never solves any thing. Being 25 and given the times there where in, its not getting any easer. People like me are seen as a potential problem. When i first got my state permit i had my towns chief of police question me on y i needed it. 45 mins of questions. All because he saw the influx of shooting and the age group the shooters are. I get being causes but to judge some one on there age is a bunch of bs. Its jusy very hard in this state to gain any ground when it comes to guns. It reminds me of stories my poppy told me durring the cold war. The goverment had people believing there neighbor of 20years was a commie spy. Same now just that every one with a gun is a mass murderer. Anyway. Its an avinue one of many for me. Trust me im a stubborn polock and im always in for a good fight. Thats y i joined ccdl the nra and the law suits against dictator maloy. Thank you tho your statement is one hell of a moral booster. Wish i could word things like that!!
     
  20. WebleyFosbery38

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    Duddie, you write just fine. When I was 25, I was like you, writing wasnt my forte- doin was! Thats a good thing, writin' when I was 25 was a bit more laborious than peck, peck, enter and it didnt pay at all! Dont worry, you will get better but your hearts in the right place and so are your hands, We need people that can carve steel and brass today just as much as we did in the Industrial Glory Days.

    Keep your hands intact, your tool steel and pencil sharp and you will do well in life! BTW, if I were 25 years old and having to decide where I would spend the working part of my life, I would consider other places just as you must! I did 4 years Regular Army to find out that there was no place like home but that was before Socialism took hold here, if I were 25 again, I might never have come back here.

    I served my state 17 years in the NYARNG and it owes me my due rights as a free citizen of my state of NY. Im too mean, old and grumpy to let them off and Ive accumulated too much stuff to load it up, start again, a new career (not old enough to retire by far) and not being near my grand kids.

    Im standing my ground, you need to find the ground thats worth standing for you and the loved ones youre going to be responsible for some day. God bless you and Use Spell Check! Ha ha,