The “Assault Weapon” Rebellion

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by Overkill0084, Apr 12, 2014.

  1. Overkill0084

    Overkill0084 Active Member

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    http://townhall.com/tipsheet/townhallmagazine/2014/04/12/the-assault-weapon-rebellion-n1822409

    I don't believe that I'm alone in the opinion that things are getting interesting. Liberal government is starting to get push back.

    Of course that also reminds me of the old curse: "May you live in interesting times."
     
  2. rjd3282

    rjd3282 New Member

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    A big thumbs down to the cowards that registered. Two big thumbs up for the brave who resisted tyranny.
     

  3. clr8ter

    clr8ter New Member

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    Good for Conneticut!:)

    And I continue to wonder; where did they get the figures for the magazines? Anyone can just walk into a store and pick one up. Anybody in Conn could come here and buy them...And just how did the morons expect to enforce something that is that vague?

    If I owned a gun store, I would consider selling any hi-cap mags to conn residents at cost or below, if I could afford it.:D
     
  4. JW357

    JW357 New Member

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    50k registered is still too many, in my less than humble opinion.
     
  5. FullautoUSA

    FullautoUSA Welcoming Committee/ Resident Pellet Gunner Lifetime Supporter

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    And now it begins!


    RESIDENT PELLET GUN GUY
     
  6. alsaqr

    alsaqr Well-Known Member Supporter

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    The population of CT in 2010 was about 3,600,000. From 1998 to 2012 about 58 percent of CT residents bought guns: That figure comes to about 2,000,000 people buying guns in a 15 year period.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/number-of-guns-sold-in-us-each-year-2012-12

    CT had defacto "assault weapons" registration for many years prior to the massacre of those teachers and kids by Adam Lanza and the draconian gun laws that followed. Furthermore, every gun sold in CT for many years has been "registered" with the state police at time of purchase. The gun dealer makes four copys of the DPS-3-C form. The dealer retains a copy, the buyer gets a copy, the local sheriff or chief of police gets a copy, and a copy is furnished to the firearms branch of the CT state police.

    http://www.cga.ct.gov/2011/rpt/2011-R-0074.htm

    Maybe the anti-gun politicians in CT don't care if folks "register" their "assault weapons" since they are already "registered".
     
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  7. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

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    a simple no, i will not comply speaks volumes of it's own.
     
  8. Dearhunter

    Dearhunter Supporting Member Supporter

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    Bad boy, bad boy, what ya gonna do when they come for you!! bad, boy, bad boy
     
  9. Sniper03

    Sniper03 Supporting Member Supporter

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    Good for those who did not register them. The Constitution gives us the right to rebel against Tyranny! And what they attempted to do is a violation of the Constitution. So I am disappointed with those who registered their weapons. The day may come when they regret their cowering down to the liberal progressive socialist morons in office! If I recall in History Hitler did the same thing with getting the people to register their weapons. I think like the Ranchers in Nevada, people are getting tired of it finally!!!!!;)

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  10. JimRau

    JimRau Well-Known Member Supporter

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    You have to stop talking about this here, it is illegal to refuse to register your guns, company policy!!!:eek:
     
  11. alsaqr

    alsaqr Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Folks, gun control in CT is so screwed up as to be nearly beyond belief. It's been like this for many years. When a gun is purchased from a dealer he prepares a DPS-3-C form in four copies. One copy goes to the state police; that's gun registration right there. Another copy goes to the local chief of police or sheriff; that's duplicate gun registration.

    A failure to promptly report a gun theft could lead to a felony charge in CT:

    http://www.cga.ct.gov/2007/rpt/2007-R-0500.htm
     
  12. GatorDude

    GatorDude New Member

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    I don't advocate armed insurrection. Everyone should just go to jail without violence. While you are working out and watching cable, the rest of CT taxpayers can foot the bill. They can also support your family on social services. While you are there, make sure you teach current inmates how to read and do math. I'm not sure that CT has the money or will to prosecute and send thousands of gun owners to trial and to prison. CT area employers will love it if they do. They don't need reliable employees. CT area school boards won't miss the property taxes either.
     
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  13. Cnon

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    They're burning registration forms! They're rallying by the thousands. They're pledging civil disobedience. They're swearing to resist, to disobey, even if it makes them felons. They're angry, they're defiant, they've had it and they aren't going to take it any more.


    http://jpfo.org/articles-assd04/blue-state-resistance.htm



    Cnon
     
  14. WNGMSTR

    WNGMSTR Troll Scout

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    But, but, the 1A....:rolleyes:
     
  15. Eagle1803

    Eagle1803 New Member

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    These laws will go off the books eventually. the states new so called rules have come back to bite them in the butt!. gun Manufactors moving and so on. It will hurt the state in the end and I don't care, most of the east coast is contaminated political libtards. they need to be sprayed!
     
  16. alsaqr

    alsaqr Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Show me where a states "assault weapons" ban went away.

    IMO: The politicians who run CT could care less if there is backlash to their new registration law. Those so called "assault weapons": are already registered.

    1. Every gun sold in CT for many years is registered. This form is submitted to the CT state police every time a gun is sold:

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

    2. CT had an "assault weapons" registry for 20 years before the new law was passed.
     
  17. TekGreg

    TekGreg Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Jim,

    It is the rules of the forum to not discuss HOW to commit illegal acts. This is to avoid those outside of the forum from associating the members with illegal activities. The discussion of current events and one's feelings about them does not violate forum rules.

    The fact that 85% of gun owners in a state chose to ignore a new law is telling. However, we need to make sure that this discussion does not devolve into HOW to break or circumvent laws. If there is any confusion on this point, send your intended post to a moderator for adjudication. :)
     
  18. Eagle1803

    Eagle1803 New Member

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    who the heck is this guy? we are intitled to our opinion during disscusion.:rolleyes:
     
  19. clr8ter

    clr8ter New Member

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    So, I don't get it; why did they pass a new law when one existed? One was not enough? What are they, retarted?
     
  20. WNGMSTR

    WNGMSTR Troll Scout

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    That's his point.:cool: