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CCDL Litigation War Chest

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joesxm

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I was told that the CCDL announced last night at the CT Restoration Coalition meeting that they had amassed $25,000 to fund litigation against the gun law.

CCDL claims to have 5000 members who have made the sacrifice of 10 seconds to click their mouse to join.

$25,000 from 5000 members is pathetic.

Is protecting your rights worth only $5?
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Just made another donation.  Everyone else should do the same.

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stupid people=job security: the opinions i state are mine, and mine only: ctguntalk.com is not liable for anything i might say or put on this forum:nor am i giving legal advice with my opinions:-)

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Should we start some fund raisers to add to the pot? Game dinner or poker run or something like that. Get local stores and ranges to donate for raffles. All proceeds go to CCDL. We could even throw a stag without a groom. Always a good money maker!!

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Im planning to list a bunch of stuff on Gunbroker with the stipulation that 10% of the sale and/or any profit will be donated among those groups in CT pursuing litigation.

Cant say how much it will turn out to be... hopefully it will inspire some millionaires to bid up the prices.
Last Edit: April 07, 2013, 11:29:22 AM by RR917

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Should we start some fund raisers to add to the pot? Game dinner or poker run or something like that. Get local stores and ranges to donate for raffles. All proceeds go to CCDL. We could even throw a stag without a groom. Always a good money maker!!

This is a good idea.  If we planned events in different locations around the state.  But who will be in charge of it?

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Now may be a good time to take out a blockbuster ad in the local newspapers, there are lots of people with money out there, like minded and willing to donate to a good cause.

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I like the picnic/cook out, car show, game dinner, poker run, smoker, and raffle ideas
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I'm in Cheshire. I would be more than willing to spend a little time setting something up in this area. If anyone around here would like to bounce some ideas and help out pm me. Lets make it happen.

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Just thinking out loud here. ctg-Bay. Have members donate various items (ammo, accessories etc..) Group them into packages (AR items, Glock items, whatever). Then CTGT members can bid on them and the procedes would go to our local orgs. (CTCarry, CCDL).
What part of "SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED" don't they get?

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I would be surprised if places like Blue Trails wouldn't get on board.  Range day with extra fees, donated to the cause.  Maybe a few of us can grill some hot dogs and hamburgers and make it an event.  Overhead wouldn't be extravagant if somebody has a Restaurant Depot card.  Make it an all day affair and hold short matches, have a 50/50, maybe raffle off some of the goodies we are allowed to transfer any more in this state.  I volunteer to take care of the chow!