“Surrender Your Firearms,” Connecticut Tells Unregistered Gun Owners

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Connecticut is sending out this letter demanding that gun owners surrender their arms. Click to enlarge. Credit:capitalisminstitute.org

The State of Connecticut is now demanding that gun owners across the state turn in all newly-banned, unregistered firearms and magazines or face felony arrest.

The State Police Special Licensing & Firearms Unit began mailing out notices to gun owners who attempted to register their firearms and accessories with the state but did not do so in time for the Jan. 1 deadline of Connecticut’s newly enacted gun control law.

The law bans the sale of magazines holding over 10 rounds and “assault rifles” manufactured after 1994 and requires that residents who possessed either before the ban to register them with the state.

“We are returning your application for [an] assault rifle certificate and/or [a] large capacity magazine declaration because it was not received or postmarked prior to January 1, 2014 as required by law,” the notice states.

The letter breaks down the gun owner’s “options,” including surrendering their firearms and magazines to the police, selling them to a gun dealer, removing them from the state or rendering them inoperable.

Because these owners attempted to register their guns and accessories, the state can now prosecute them at will because they know exactly who they are.

But when it comes to the vast majority of gun owners who did not register at all, Connecticut lacks clout.

Last month it was revealed that out of the over 2.4 million high-capacity magazines in Connecticut, only 38,000 have been registered.

“So, where did these millions of magazines go?”reporter Warner Todd Huston asked. “All that can be said is that it appears that gun owners in Connecticut are not quite the sheep that jackbooted government officials may have imagined they were.”

“After all, if there really were millions of high capacity magazines in the state – and it is very likely that there are – and they have now gone unregistered, that means that thousands of gun owners have refused to bow to this unconstitutional, anti-Second Amendment law.”

Likewise, only 50,000 semiautomatic rifles were also registered, further proof that Connecticut’s gun owners are revolting through civil disobedience.

These gun owners correctly realize that registration only leads to confiscation and that the overall agenda of gun control is to completely ban private gun ownership.

Last year, the New York Police Department began confiscating guns which were previously registered but are now banned under New York’s newest gun control law.

The NYPD knew exactly which gun owners to target by using the city’s centralized firearms registry which was already in place.

Connecticut’s anti-gun politicians want their own registry so they can eventually confiscate firearms in the exact same manner.

(H/T: capitalisminstitute.org)

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  • tinHat

    come get it barrel first. I will add lead too!!!!!

    • colsooonscoorner

      With 2.3 million guns & only 38000 registered they’re going to have a hard time getting them. LOL So much for puffy obnoxious legislators.

  • http://akazip.com/ unclezip

    Molon Labe.

  • crazy2medic

    Those guys that got the letter need to gather themselves a couple hundred strong group, lock and load, then march on the Connecticut state police headquarters, tell the state police here we are we dare you to come take them, tell them we are prepared to die to keep them are you prepared to die taking them!

    • 191145

      It will take the whole nation, every gun owner to make your idea a success. I believe Connecticut is actually going to accomplish this very thing. They just don’t think it will happen. People are becoming more determined, and waiting for Connecticut to murder someone. When this happens, S- WILL HIT THE FAN in a major way ! I think the politicians are realizing it, however they can’t lose face and like Custer will end up in a very bad situation ! Their political egos are going to get many people killed. Should SHTF I can be there in 12hrs or less, ready and willing, and many people share my thoughts. Long Live the Republic !

      • tayronachan

        I’ve seen the same sentiment posted on other sites. If CT screws up, and we have a Waco or Ruby Ridge incident, that could be really bad.

        • Jason Vega

          many of the CT cops I have met were decent people more or less maybe they wont enforce this

          • Rivenburg

            TALK TO THEM, its is only with local law enforcement that the feds can do ANY of this. THE local law WILL become a target BY THEIR NIEGHBORS IF THEY DONT BREAK WITH THE FEDS FIRST. They are being setup to be thrown to the wolves, Obama aint going to allow them to green zone up with him are they? Cops as a whole aint very bright.

          • Phaenius

            This is what I meant in my statement above. We have got to see that the handlers not our own be harmed by righteous, well documented trials exposing the trail that lead the tyrants to wage a war against the people as seen in John Locke’s Second Treatise of Government, the book mentoring Thomas Jefferson in his draft of the declaration.

    • Jackie Morrison

      I would think that with a reported 350,000 gun owners who did not register their weapons the government would reconsider its options. that is a lot of voters in a small state. I do hope that the voters make this right come next election and vote these communists out of office

      • patriot 86

        Oh i think they will .theres a woman planning to run for election that is a lifetime member of the nra and favors all second amendment rights so these people in conn need to get behind her and elect her as their next governor .I dont know her name offhand but she sounds like a strong minded patriot something we are really lacking in the govt these days.Bravo conn continue to stand your ground ‘ the world is watching history in the making.

  • Marvin Miller

    I remember a line from “Once upon a time in the west” and I would tell those that want to take mine “only at the point of dying”

  • thetruthmaster1

    Gun Confiscation is one of the first step prior to Marshal Law. Get ready to defend the nation from the Tyrants. After they start seeing their fellow thugs dropping like flies, they will soon decide that the low pay is not worth their lives and abandon their uniforms and run home to their families.

    • anAmericanByChoice

      Martial Law not Marshall Law.

  • anthrogirl

    If you are idiot enough not to register them in time, then it’s probably safer that you do not have a gun. Responsible gun owners are law abiding gun owners. Obviously CT has some gun owners who are incapable of being responsible.

    • 191145

      When the SHTF, I want you right up front 1st in line, so you can see first hand what your ideas cause ! Law abiding people one day, criminals the next because of the stroke of a pen on an unjust law ! I guess it’s okay with you they use that law for another WACO or RUBY RIDGE right ! You really are hoping this turns violent aren’t you. You sound as if you could careless about your fellow Americans.

      • anthrogirl

        They’ve willingly given up their 2A rights when they decided to break the law by keeping unregistered restricted guns. CT was within its rights to regulate guns as interpreted by SCOTUS’ decision in DC vs Heller. CT’s restricted gun owners had the choice to be either law-abiding Americans or law-breaking th ugs.

        • 191145

          Try reading the SCOTUS decisions ! What part of IN COMMON USE escapes your tiny mind ! The weapons they made illegal, all of them are so common its unbelievable . Especially the AR-15 ! Just say it already… If you had it YOUR WAY, you would plunge this country into revolution by going door to door confiscating what has been legally owned for over 100 years. (The semiautomatic technology). If you really want to do something about gun violence that WILL WORK, get your elected officials to outlaw gangs, association with gangs and put criminals away ! 11!11 consider the ones fingers !

          • anthrogirl

            Common use is defined by the beholder. If the majority of Americans owned semi-auto assault rifles, that would be common, but they are not.

          • Robert177

            Oh, but they ARE. MSR’s ARE very common. Over 1.5 MILLION of them are in use, making them THE most commonly owned type of long rifle in USA today. Once again, your extraordinary ignorance is showing. (Let me guess: you have NO idea what a MSR is, do you?) LOL.

          • anthrogirl

            While stats on gun ownership are estimated since no one really knows, households with guns is supposedly somewhere between 35-50%. The NRA probably has the best database of gun owners in the US based on membership, class registrations, customers lists they’ve bought from dealers, etc and they are saying it’s the higher number. A survey of gun owners revealed that handguns are the guns of choice, probably because most American owners have a gun for home protection. Okay… all that being said, if 50% of US households have guns and if most of those households have handguns, not rifles, semi-auto rifles are not the common gun. I read hunting mags and while the ads are reflective of a variety of guns including MSRs, the use of semi-auto rifles for actual hunting is not common and even looked down upon by hunting purests. From Dec 2012 -Dec 2013, thanks to the killing of the 20 kids at Sandy Hook, each dead kid brought an additional $36.9M in sales to the industry. Times that by 20 children and that’s a huge increase in sales. However, Johns Hopkins’ Center for Gun Policy & Research reported that the majority of those increased gun sales were from
            people who already had guns, not new gun owners.There was a hoarding mentality going on. Also, as we know so well, our laws often lag behind technology. It’s rather common that laws are passed after the technology has already been sold to the population at large. Look at the encryption problem we had. We’re still trying to figure that one out. And what about synthetic pot? In my state, you can still buy it at the store. But there is a growing wave across the states to stop or regulate sale of this mind altering substance. So it’s not uncommon for the states or fed govt to regulate items already in use by the public.

          • Robert177

            That’s exactly the kind of mindless babble we’re used to seeing coming from the anti-2nd-amendment crowd. Keep it up, you’re doing our work FOR us.

          • anthrogirl

            I can see you tire of the discussion. Nice bantering with you. Have a great week.

        • 1racechaser

          No the idiots who registered their guns gave up their 2a rights. They’d rather let the government know where to get their rights violated, then protect the ones they had.

          • anthrogirl

            They are law breakers just like the illegal gun toting boys of Detroit, Baltimore and Chicago.

          • Paul

            The 2cnd amendment doesn’t give any right it only affirms the right of self defense given by your creator. The Government didn’t give us that right and can not take it unless we surrender it. Some may but most of us won’t. Let me guess you have been educated/brainwashed in the last 30 yrs we that are older can think with more logic and knowledge of history that is so lacking in today’s schools.

          • Phaenius

            Check out the going discussion about how the NSA puts trolls on our comment section to divide and destroy or to fan flames so government can shut down a site or get to violent talking folk.

          • anthrogirl

            I see the same paranoia here that drives gun owners to hoard arsenals and/or subscribe to conspiracy theories. It must be so exhausting to live in fear of others all the time. You need to find your happy place….. and go there!

          • Phaenius

            The fear I have is that of being tied up with wire by someone coming over my unguarded Texas border and cutting my throat slice slice slice with impunity…tied because I did not have that fifty fifty chance to defend myself from the types of attacks these OTMs lust for, because folk like you have no clue that self defense is a right given by the God who created us, and have in their insidious ways deprived us of that right from God to POSSESS and USE appropriately whatever weapon we are comfortable with to carry, otherwise unbrandished and in its place like Jesus recommended to His disciple after telling him to sell his extra clothing to buy such a weapon.

        • Robert177

          Anthro, you’re obviously not in law, or an attorney. It’s quite evident to me you have not studied case law or these court decisions carefully.

          • anthrogirl

            Ah….um….. sorry sir. You have incorrectly assessed the situation. I’ll have to give you a failing grade on your analysis.

        • patriot 86

          Screw you you traitor.how did they lose their rights by disobeying a unconstitutional bunch of garbage that wouldnt have stopped anything.These people are all heroes and should be supported 100 percent .If everyone had registered them it would have been on a matter of time before they said ok turn them in .Up yours ‘ if it takes a few bad cops who are traitors to their oath to get smoked before this all settles down then so be it .The govt needs to learn once and for all that they work for us and we aint taking their shit anymore.

    • Jason Vega

      what do you call it when the govt and police are armed to the teeth? running drugs into the country and brutalizing citizens every single day?

      because these satanic pedophiles make a few marks on paper ITS LAW??? they aren’t natural and their edicts – they brake them every single day!

      responsible gun owners??? WHO? the people? or the cops who shoot homeless people and innocent bystanders ALL THE TIME? ALL THE TIME! Our armies are spreading radioactive fallout with once illegal depleted uranium munitions WHO is responsible? We are “allies” with the one country who runs the largest concentration camp on Earth and which is nuclear armed and has NOT signed the NNPT.

      its clear to me who is responsible and who IS NOT.

      • Phaenius

        John Locke calls it “government waging war against the people.”

      • anthrogirl

        Cops do shoot people in error. We know that risk when we give them their guns. Police go thru continuous training to fire accurately and to fire appropriately under pressure. Studies have shown that if you do not continually train to suppress your emotions while making split second decisions, you loose your edge. You become more of a threat to yourself and others than an agent of control. Cops also go through psychological testing. And with all this training and testing, cops still make mistakes. Diane Sawyer did a good segment where they had specialists train civilians for a week in gun use, shooting accuracy as well as training them how do react in an active shooter situation. Even with that training, the students failed when faced with an realistic active shooter simulation. There are also studies that show that when someone has a gun, there is the macho factor, which is what I think your are alluding to. We saw a great example of the that in the Zimmerman case. I guess my point to all this is that cops are far better trained that civilians and they still make mistakes. To expect armed civilians to come save the day is a not realistic. Just yesterday, two little kids were shot, one dead. One was shot in her own home when a stray bullet came through her window, shot by a neighbor playing with his gun, The other was shot dead by his brother while they played with a gun. These are real world examples of how people who call themselves responsible gun owners are really negligent gun owners. Leaving the safety and security of our nation to these responsible gun owners is a good way of getting yourself shot. We need to better.

        Your other points about our allies is valid. Our alliances are often based on economic and strategic reasons, rather than moral reasons But given our population’s love of guns and violence, we are unable to take a moral high ground when it comes to atrocities. We, the people of the US revel in the muck of gun atrocities everyday. There is also the fact that we are crushing the middle class and poor be redistributing wealth to the top 1%. We need to work hard to fix our atrocities before looking to deal with others.

    • Rivenburg

      go a head, TRUST THEM, even better, participate. There are little people ALL OVER THE USA taking names of who works for who, who did what, who is an enemy of the American people. They are keeping these records, both electronic AND paper, for the NEXT NURENBURG TRIALS, see ya there stupid.

      • anthrogirl

        Ahhhh,,,,, 2A only applies to law abiding Americans. If you are an anti-American paranoid type afraid y

        • Phaenius

          What is your pay grade…you could make a good hunka change training our NSA folk how to be the most intriguing shill troll.

          • anthrogirl

            Please refrain from personal attacks. It makes you look desperate.

          • Phaenius

            Nah…The best you can get me on is ignorant…ignorant of whether or not you are ALREADY on the payroll. It was a doubie question…IF you were, then you could be a trainer of the trolls. Maybe you can get a degree of TT attached to your name TUTALAGE OF TROLLOGICS.

    • Jackie Morrison

      looks like we have a liberal here, what part of shall not be infringed upon do you not understand?
      and law abiding people do not have to obey illegal or unconstitutional laws.

      • anthrogirl

        I’m just saying, if you missed the sign up period, too bad, too sad. I guess those complaining wanted the govt to step in and hold their hands thru the process. If you didn’t register in time and you keep the gun illegally then you are a law breaker. At that point, 2A doesn’t apply to you.

        • Bill

          What part of “shall not be infringed” don’t you get? Every gun law on the books in this country are against the Constitution. Do some research, as I am NOT going to do it for you. Their is an excellent video you can find all about it. Look it up!

          • anthrogirl

            Justice Scalia in DC vs Heller. “Like most rights, the Second Amendment right is not unlimited. It is not
            a right to keep and carry any weapon whatsoever in any manner
            whatsoever and for whatever purpose: For example, concealed weapons
            prohibitions have been upheld under the Amendment or state analogues.
            The Court’s opinion should not be taken to cast doubt on longstanding
            prohibitions on the possession of firearms by felons and the mentally
            ill, or laws forbidding the carrying of firearms in sensitive places
            such as schools and government buildings, or laws imposing conditions
            and qualifications on the commercial sale of arms. [United States v.] Miller’s
            holding that the sorts of weapons protected are those “in common use at
            the time” finds support in the historical tradition of prohibiting the
            carrying of dangerous and unusual weapons.”

        • AndrewInterrupted

          People I talk to say signing up is worse than Obamacare. They gave up trying. Is that too bad–or too sad?

    • anAmericanByChoice

      How much are the gun grabbers paying you to do their dirty work? Ever read the Constitution and Bill of Rights? Responsible gun owners will NOT allow gun grabbers to disarm the people. If responsibility for you means submitting to and accepting the erosion of American values and liberty with a smile on your face, move to communist China, or Korea, or one of the states going down the drain! YOU are the useful idi*t Lenin spoke of! YOU, anthrogirl, will find yourself one day in the slaughterhouse with the other sheeple! Wake up and take a stand for this country, lest you may be deemed a traitor!

      • anthrogirl

        CT is acting within its rights to require registration of restricted weaponry within its borders. Anyone breaking its law is a criminal. If people don’t want to be illegal gun toting th ugs, there are many other states that welcome them. I

    • Johnny Geetar

      Wrong lady. Responsible people and gun owners are people that can actually READ. Connecticut DOES NOT HAVE THE AUTHORITY to either create, NOR enforce edicts like this. That’s a fact. Try reading the Constitution for yourself. The 2A is NOT a right bestowed by govt, it is a NATURAL right. Thus govt DOES NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO TRY TO TAKE IT AWAY. They are counting on gutless lamebrains like you to do exactly what you’re told. Do so to your OWN detriment. You do NOT speak for the rest of the folks.
      Are you this obediently blind in your loyalty to authorities that you would allow them to trample your rights while you lecture US on proper firearms ownership protocol? READ THE DAMN FOUNDING DOCUMENT, LADY!

      • anthrogirl

        This is Justice Scalia in DC vs Heller, the latest Supreme Court ruling on gun rights and the Second Amendment. “Like most rights, the Second Amendment right is not unlimited. It is not
        a right to keep and carry any weapon whatsoever in any manner
        whatsoever and for whatever purpose: For example, concealed weapons
        prohibitions have been upheld under the Amendment or state analogues.
        The Court’s opinion should not be taken to cast doubt on longstanding
        prohibitions on the possession of firearms by felons and the mentally
        ill, or laws forbidding the carrying of firearms in sensitive places
        such as schools and government buildings, or laws imposing conditions
        and qualifications on the commercial sale of arms. [United States v.] Miller’s
        holding that the sorts of weapons protected are those “in common use at
        the time” finds support in the historical tradition of prohibiting the
        carrying of dangerous and unusual weapons.”

    • Robert177

      Anthrogirl, where were you when the black people refused to get in the back of the bus, back in the 1950’s? Where did you stand? Would you have told the black people to give up their seats, and get to the back of the bus, because that would have been “law-abiding”? Well? Hmmm, not so tough now, are you? Because, that WAS the law back then. Black people back then could be lawfully arrested for sitting in the wrong place. Did you not know that?
      Fact is, there are SOME laws in this country that are just plain unconstitutional, wrong, or unjust. Or, they WILL be declared as such, soon enough. Any law in the USA, that restricts our right to own and bear arms, is by it’s very definition, an unconstitutional law. All the Supreme Court decisions in the world do NOT make the original Constitution suddenly null and void.

      • anthrogirl

        Where was I? I wasn’t born yet. I agree with peaceful resistance. The people who resisted were arrested and went to jail without a fight. If you want gun laws changed and you resist peacefully, leaving your guns locked safely at home, then I encourage you to do so. If you, however, continue to show up with your guns, if you threaten armed rebellion, if you continue to threaten the lives of moms and their children for making their own peaceful protests, then people will continue to think you’re traitorous crazy gun nuts. BTW, 1 kid shot dead his brother today because a person who called himself a responsible gun owner left a gun accessible to his nephews. Another child lies in a hospital today in critical condition. She was shot in her own home by a bullet that came through her window. Apparently her responsible gun owning neighbor misfired. Kids aren’t even safe in their own homes. And that’s just today in Gun America. Gun owners, if they don’t clean up their acts fast & police their own, will see significant gun restrictions in their futures. Gun owners have the power to ensure their gun rights. But it seems like they’re just pizzing it away.

        • Robert177

          No. You’re just wrong and misguided. You want gun owners to leave all their guns at home and peacefully protest. You want them to turn their guns in, just because the law says so. And, where will that leave the gun owners? It will leave them unarmed, helpless, and with no way to get guns to replace the ones they lost. And, in no way would that kind of passive response change the law back to the way they were before. No. Instead, the more just approach for the gun owners to do is to emulate what the Indians did under Gandhi. Commit a passive resistance. That is, IGNORE the new laws, hold onto their guns, and go about their lives as usual. Just like millions of others, I think that unconstitutional laws are not just or real laws.
          As you can see, that is what 90% of the gun owners in CT ARE doing. They are IGNORING the new laws.
          This is very similar to what happens when a state or local entity enacts a speed limit that is unrealistic and too low. You end up with 90% of the people ignoring the speed limit.

          • anthrogirl

            SCOTUS has said that 2A is not a free for all for guns. It allows for restrictions and CT is restricting guns, lawfully. Peaceful protests have brought about very powerful and significant both here in the US and abroad. Ask Gandhi and Martin Luther King. Forcing an issue at gun point is th ug mentality. If you are breaking the law by non-compliance you are not better than any other gun toting criminal. You spit in the face of America, its laws and its Constitutional republic. Gun owners need to follow the law which is easy going when it comes to gun ownership, even in CT. If gun owners want to bring about real gun control, if they want restrictions that badly, they will continue to break current law.

  • Jason Vega

    In May 1919, at Dusseldorf, Germany, the Allied Forces obtained a copy of the “Communist Rules for Revolution.” Nearly 84 years later, they have nearly succeeded in every area.

    9. Cause the registration of all firearms on some pretext with a view of confiscation of them and leaving the population
    helpless.

  • Jason Vega

    they want the slaves to be helpless and keeping paying for the elite’s lavish habits

  • http://www.commieblaster.com/ Barry Sucks

    **Mike Vanderboegh – Ardent Opponent To Tyranny**

  • Andy

    I am from Mississippi , if a law shutch as this happened to pass our state House and Senate and the Governor happened to sign it , there would be a Revolution in this state , and no Quarter given ! Be prepared and ready.Keep your powder dry.

  • Phil Dirt

    Registration first ……. confiscation next, look at California for an example.

  • colsooonscoorner

    My answer is to tell them to fluff off.

  • anthrogirl

    Nice reply. hahaha. The people who think 2A gives them freedom to have guns must have not have gotten past middle school grammar. From M. Moe’s article on grammar of 2A. Read these sentences:

    ‘“Their project being complete, the team disbanded.’

    ‘Stern discipline being called for, the offending student was expelled.’

    In both cases, the initial dependent clause is not superfluous to the meaning of the entire sentence: it is integral. The team disbanded because the project was complete; the student was expelled because his offense called for stern discipline. This causal relationship cannot be ignored. Reading the Second Amendment as “A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right to bear arms shall not be infringed,” clearly shows the same causal relationship as the example sentences; in this case, that the right to bear arms shall not be infringed because it is essential to maintaining a well-regulated militia.”

    SCOTUS even said in Heller that the US govt can regulate guns. So the question is not IF guns can be regulated. The question is where to draw the line. CT is legally within its rights. If people chose to disobey the law by keeping unregistered restricted guns, they in effect spit on 2A.

    • 191145

      YOU, YOU MORON ! Learn the second amendment ! Golly, gewiz ! You omitted the most important part. Did you make it past middle school grammar ? THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS ! That is in the 2A ! That is an essential part of what the 2A is all about.

      • Guest

        The phrase you said I omitted is in my comment. Maybe it’s a grammar AND a reading problem.

      • anthrogirl

        You’re right. The author of the quote did omit that phrase. But unless militias are made up of things other than people, I don’t see your point. It’s an additional qualifier. It does not change the meaning. It’s like if the Constit said, “in order for the state (gov

    • Phaenius

      WHERE does it say GUNS are regulated in the 2A…I thought it says MILITIAS are regulated…those that depended upon stupid back woodsie type folk using THEIR OWN DIME to train on THEIR OWN WEAPONS OF DEFENSE OR OFFENSE so that the state, the managers of the force of the community (these skilled back woodsie dummies), only have to teach these recruits how to maneuver as a unit…you know how to march and how to be spiff and knowledgeable as the REGULAR army…and the Militia trying to be as good as the REGULARS, are WELL REGULATED, probably being more skilled in their weapons on their own dime (where pride is found) than the lazy regulars…though the regulars could march a blue streak around the dumb militia types.

    • anAmericanByChoice

      You ARE an IDIOT! ‘nough said!

  • anAmericanByChoice

    It’s coming to a city near you!… Make that YOUR city, town, wherever you are! Time is coming for these useful idi*ts to be booted out of office and for all unconstitutional laws, including presidential executive orders, from the first one ever signed!, to be nullified! MOLON LABE!

  • Luke

    50,000 too many instances of compliance.

  • Bill

    They will rue the day. . . .

  • silvernotes

    Change the law CT, before real trouble starts.

  • Harry Rainey Jr.

    They’ll start with the AR-15’s before moving to confiscate your semi-auto deer rifle or Winchester. Even a 1861 Springfield musket was called an assault weapon. After all the civilian weapons are gone then they will disarm the LEO’s. Only the Military, DHS, IRS and Federal agents will have weapons. Of course Muslims will be exempt.
    Old Glory will be put away and the NWO flag will be unfurled to fly over the new 3rd world country that once was called America.

  • Phaenius

    OK I am now worried and phlumuxed. This has gone WAY beyond the point that the tyrants involved in this be tried and executed for murder…but these same folk will take our brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, sons, daughters and other family and neighbors and place them in the interaction between their tyranny and the people to buffer their tyranically contemptable carcasses. Of course the folk coming to your door to take your guns are confused because of the brainsucking that goes on upon folk trying to make a living and thinking they are doing a community service, and such would be hard to fire on in that they are essentually OUR force of the community, supposed to protect our freedom to do that which is right in the sight of God, and our lives, and possessions, managed improperly by a tyrannical administration. There has got to be a way to get around the barrels and get to the handlers and bring them to justice, not imprisonment but as God required of those in a state of war with a righteous people, a thorough trial and blood in their grey hairs, because there is NO justice if they die a natural cause death.
    This because we have allowed it somehow to get way beyond what our founders would tolerate.

  • Phaenius

    There is a test though before treason, and it is taken after the Biblical law of two or three witnesses that establishes a matter, for Moses said that in the mouth of one witness shall no man be put to death but in the mouth of two or three witnesses shall a man worthy of death be put to death. Our constitution requires two witnesses in Article three Section three. I hope they are stupid enough, our tyrants, to document proudly their treason, but unplug their schredders first.

  • spidermike

    “When firearms go, all goes. We need them every hour.”
    ~ George Washington

  • anthrogirl

    If I want to set up a march on Washington to call for greater gun restrictions, I would need a permit. I would be required to pay a registration fee, provide security, make sure I provide adequate lavatory facilities, etc. All that to exercise my constitutional right to petition my govt for redress of grievances. All constitution right have restrictions. Criminals can’t vote, your protection against illegal search and seizure is conditional, your right to free speech is restricted as well. Gun rights are regulated. The question is not IF gun rights should be restricted. They already are…. legally. The question for the states is where to draw the line.

  • anthrogirl

    I suggest you refrain from the personal attacks. They diminish your position.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Your position appears to be all fours.

  • anthrogirl

    I get you point about the gun classification. All laws should be flexible enough that the restricted list can be edited as needed without additional legislation. A panel could be created with specific requirements. I’m not gun expert, but in talking with one, it seems like their are several facots t

  • mac12sam12

    Beautiful, Conn. sending a clear message. Go after the criminals you Progressive morons!

    • AndrewInterrupted

      “Connecticut” is Indian for “knee-jerker”.

  • Crowds Gather

    And some still ask us why we find gun registration schemes offensive!

  • bigtimeusa

    Every deer rifle is now a sniper weapon.

  • Chuck Finley

    The registry is EXACTLY the same way the Third Reich confiscated the weapons of Jews and other Nazi dissenters. Gird your loins.

  • Robert177

    For those who do the math….that means that only 1.5%(less than TWO PERCENT) of high-capacity magazines were registered. Which means, 98.5% of State of Ct gun owners are telling the state to GO F YOURSELF. LOL, priceless.

  • anthrogirl

    Sounds like you hate the US and its process of law. Rather than seethe, you should look for a place to live that will give you peace and contentment. We only get one chance at life. Why spend yours fighting against and fearing the threat of totalitarianism. There are many other places where you can what you need to be happy. Good luck.

  • anthrogirl

    Would you feel better If I called you a little boy who needs a gun to make up for what you lack. Intelligent men get the all the money and the really hot babes. Those lacking anything upstairs and/or downstairs get the guns. They are the paranoid manly men who are afraid that some big bad black man will try to have their way with them and then steal their big screen TVs. Mongo need gun. Kidding aside, there is a socioeconomic trend when it comes to gun ownership. And I doubt it’s because poor people need to hunt to survive.

  • anthrogirl

    Ah… the name gatherer. And you’re complaining about the NSA gathering info? I guess you of all people can understand the reasoning behind the NSA. You are just like them.

  • anthrogirl

    CT grandfathered in guns purchased and own prior to the implementation of the law. So it’s not a gun grab. To say so it s lie. And if you were too lazy to register the restricted one in time than you’re out of luck. I quoted Justice Scalia’s opinion in DC vs Heller elsewhere in this thread where he explained that 2A does not stop states from passing gun control laws. 2A is not a gun free for all amendment contrary to how so many gun advocates see it. CT laws are not in conflict with 2A. If you are hoarding weaponry in defiance of CT law, you are a criminal, no better than the gang members and other illegal gun toting th ugs. You have the same mentality.

  • Mark Davies

    Gun confiscation equals slavery – CT lawmakers wants to bring back slavery….

  • AndrewInterrupted

    CT magazine registry is much like Obamacare. They had lofty, righteous goals but couldn’t put together a simple system to make it happen. The reason why only 38,000 registrations occurred is because the state bureaucrats have their heads up theirs butts and haven’t been able to process the claims….!!!!

  • Robert177

    Looks like the state govt. of CT just got their asses publicly whipped here. When the people have had enough, the let you know.