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Author Topic: Need reprint of AW cert and Mag Registrations  (Read 1235 times)

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Re: Need reprint of AW cert and Mag Registrations
« Reply #22 on: September 05, 2019, 09:51:30 PM »
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I have heard that this is indeed the case.  Specific mags were not recorded.  Just checked a box next to your name that says high capacity magazines registered.
One thing the government (at all levels) is good at is keeping records. How ever inaccurate those records may be.  ;D

I would suspect that those paper records on the magazines are somewhere in a box/filing cabinet up in Hartford if they haven't already been scanned in to a database. They'd have to be. Otherwise it would be impossible to charge someone who has submitted a magazine declaration form who purchases standard capacity magazines post 4/4/13. Just don't see the gun grabbers letting that kind of hole exist.

But who knows. Stranger things have happened.
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Re: Need reprint of AW cert and Mag Registrations
« Reply #23 on: September 06, 2019, 06:37:54 AM »
I would be willing to bet that the prosecutions for possession of "high-capacity" magazines so far have been based on the initial interviews of the arrestee.  It probably went something like:

Cop-  "Did you register this magazine back in 2013?"

Suspect-  "Huh?  What registration?"

Case closed.

If someone were to answer "Yes, I did!"  then the state would have to dig through the pile of forms and prove they didn't.  Since the information on the forms is pretty minimal that might be tough.
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Re: Need reprint of AW cert and Mag Registrations
« Reply #24 on: September 06, 2019, 08:28:31 AM »
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Re: Need reprint of AW cert and Mag Registrations
« Reply #25 on: September 06, 2019, 09:22:28 AM »
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I would be willing to bet that the prosecutions for possession of "high-capacity" magazines so far have been based on the initial interviews of the arrestee.  It probably went something like:

Cop-  "Did you register this magazine back in 2013?"

Suspect-  "Huh?  What registration?"

Case closed.

If someone were to answer "Yes, I did!"  then the state would have to dig through the pile of forms and prove they didn't.  Since the information on the forms is pretty minimal that might be tough.

That's what I'm thinking too.
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Re: Need reprint of AW cert and Mag Registrations
« Reply #26 on: September 06, 2019, 11:43:28 AM »
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I would be willing to bet that the prosecutions for possession of "high-capacity" magazines so far have been based on the initial interviews of the arrestee.  It probably went something like:

Cop-  "Did you register this magazine back in 2013?"

Suspect-  "Huh?  What registration?"

Case closed.

If someone were to answer "Yes, I did!"  then the state would have to dig through the pile of forms and prove they didn't.  Since the information on the forms is pretty minimal that might be tough.

"of course" would be my answer.

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Re: Need reprint of AW cert and Mag Registrations
« Reply #27 on: September 08, 2019, 04:26:17 PM »
Found one of my AW cert.  The others are somewhere in the house.  I registered my mags, but didn't get a response from DPS.



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Re: Need reprint of AW cert and Mag Registrations
« Reply #28 on: September 08, 2019, 05:57:22 PM »
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I registered my mags, but didn't get a response from DPS.
DSP sent letters like the following to those who declared their standard capacity magazines.

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