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    Here in Connecticut it is time to Register your AWs and HiCapacities ..........

    Here in Connecticut it is time to Register your AWs and HiCapacity magazines ..........
    just for the record just about ANYTHING is now considered an AW even Ruger 10/22

    Now required an AMMO purchase permit

    The official forms are here............

    http://www.ct.gov/despp/lib/despp/sl.../dps-414-c.pdf (Thumbprint-notary required)

    http://www.ct.gov/despp/lib/despp/sl...eclaration.pdf

    (Eligability Permit {or pistol permit} # from 1st form required)


    Registration is the 1st step,
    you know what comes next
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    welcome to the virus! it seems to have spread from NY. i envision a mass outbreak, spreading to Mass, NJ....even as far as WV (thanks Joe!). there has even been outbreaks as far west as Colorado!

    it seems this outbreak is directly linked to people who live in close proximity of others....usually 10 of thousands but most are confined to live with 100,000 if not millions. none can think for themselves. they are bread to be lead like sheep and cattle. most pay exorbitant taxes and housing prices. they are unable to think for themselves and make sane rational decisions. the cause could be genetic....after all stupid people do breed.....like rabbits i might add!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie gunks View Post
    welcome to the virus! it seems to have spread from NY. i envision a mass outbreak, spreading to Mass, NJ....even as far as WV (thanks Joe!). there has even been outbreaks as far west as Colorado!

    it seems this outbreak is directly linked to people who live in close proximity of others....usually 10 of thousands but most are confined to live with 100,000 if not millions. none can think for themselves. they are bread to be lead like sheep and cattle. most pay exorbitant taxes and housing prices. they are unable to think for themselves and make sane rational decisions. the cause could be genetic....after all stupid people do breed.....like rabbits i might add!
    And yet, Washington's Crossing (and freedom) is but a stone's throw away...

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    This is step 2 in their process. Step 3 is when another event happens in one of these states - MA, NY, CT, CO, etc. Then, it will go from registration, to outright confiscation and bans.
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    I did print out the forms, but that is as far as I got so far


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    I think Texas, Utah, Idaho, Oklahoma, and Montana are calling your names. Of course Washington state isn't to bad as long as you stay out of king county, we could use a couple more like minded others to help legalize sbr's and the rock and roll switch.
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    Time to tear up the forms and start looking for a new freedom loving state!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie gunks View Post
    it seems this outbreak is directly linked to people who live in close proximity of others....usually 10 of thousands but most are confined to live with 100,000 if not millions. none can think for themselves. they are bread to be lead like sheep and cattle. most pay exorbitant taxes and housing prices. they are unable to think for themselves and make sane rational decisions. the cause could be genetic....after all stupid people do breed.....like rabbits i might add!
    Good observation. There does seem to be a strong correlation between population density and amount of regulation, which is one more good reason to stay away from such places. I do.


    Quote Originally Posted by dead-eye-Willy View Post
    I think Texas, Utah, Idaho, Oklahoma, and Montana are calling your names. Of course Washington state isn't to bad as long as you stay out of king county, we could use a couple more like minded others to help legalize sbr's and the rock and roll switch.
    Yup. All are examples of states with low population density, and Texas and Utah aside, no major cities to attract those who want more regulation of "others." And if Colorado could give away Denver and Boulder, it might be on this list too.
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