CT--Time's Up. You Lose!

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by ALS-15, Dec 31, 2013.

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  1. ALS-15

    ALS-15 New Member

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    I wonder how many here did not register their EVIL weapons and EVIL magazines. What will happen now. Will the Nazis start a weapons check and arrest former law abiding citizens? Will we stand by and do nothing or move heaven and earth to help them beat a bum rap? You better get your wallets out cause YOU'RE NEXT!
     
  2. ctshooter

    ctshooter New Member

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    The CCDL ( Connecticut citizens defense league) has a law suit file against the state. It isn't over yet.
     

  3. JimRau

    JimRau Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Sheepeople, don't you just love them???:(
    When will they ever learn, all GOOD relationships are built on trust!!!
    If our government don't trust us, how can we trust our government?????:mad:
     
  4. ctshooter

    ctshooter New Member

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    Confused on who you are referring to as sheeple?
     
  5. vincent

    vincent New Member

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    I think he's talking about the tons of people lined up to 'register' their guns...been on the news feeds for the past couple of days...

    For some reason, I have my doubts that throngs of folks actually showed up to comply...call me an optimist...;)
     
  6. ctshooter

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    CT--Time's Up. You Loose!

    Oh the lines were long ! I drove by just to see the past few days. People waited over three hours in line. It looked like Black Friday at Walmart.

    The way all this works out is if you don't register the weapons they want registered, or the "high capacity" mags(more then 10 rounds) you effectively become a felon. I know people that were going to remove the items they own to outside the state, but if they didn't get them out by last night and didn't register them, they are now felons by the law.

    I should add I do not agree with the law nor with the powers that be in their thinking when it comes to this law. I am thankful for the CCDL and the fact that they are suing the state for enacting this unconstitutional law, and for enacting it unconstitutionally.
     
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  7. alsaqr

    alsaqr Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Bingo!!!
    The state of CT keeps a record of all gun purchases. When a person buys a gun in CT he/she fills out a DPS-3-C form in four copies. One copy of that form goes to the CT dep't of public safety. Another copy goes to the local police. They could scan the forms for evil guns.
     
  8. JonM

    JonM Moderator

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    requesting info on illegal activity isnt kosher. im closing this thread so folks arent tempted to talk about illegal activity
     
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