What Do You Know, Connecticut Residents Not That Interested In Complying With New Gun Law


In New York gun manufacturers are outsmarting the lawmakers, and in Connecticut gun owners are just ignoring the new law. Maybe there’s still hope.

On Jan. 1, 2014, tens of thousands of defiant gun owners seemingly made the choice not to register their semi-automatic rifles with the state of Connecticut as required by a hastily-passed gun control law. By possessing unregistered so-called “assault rifles,” they all technically became guilty of committing Class D felonies overnight.

Police had received 47,916 applications for “assault weapons certificates” and 21,000 incomplete applications as of Dec. 31, Lt. Paul Vance told The Courant. (Read More)

H/T Storming the Lion’s Den