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General Discussion Board / Re: Assault Weapons Law Isues
« Last post by BerettaBoy213 on Today at 04:17:36 PM »
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That would be “Avtomat Kalashnikov AK-47 type” from the original banned-by-name list, which looks like the only broadly-worded one.

Regardless, I’d bet on the next round of Federal “common sense” gun laws to be the blanket outlaw of all semi-Auto centerfire long rifles (and anything else semi-Auto capable of firing centerfire long rifle cartridges).

I’m no scholar, but Supreme Court, hallowed be thy name. We’d need a definitive Supreme Court ruling expressing Sumpremacy Clause to overcome the restrictions in PA 13-3/SB1160.

We already know what they're first round will be: ban 80%'s and making your own with serializing it. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login.

And HR 4767, confiscation without due process:

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General Discussion Board / Re: More CT districts heading to recount
« Last post by Steevo on Today at 04:10:41 PM »
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Republicans are "considering" challenging Democratic c*nt Joe Aresimowicz's 50-vote win, noting that absentee votes for his original opponent were not counted? WTF it should be a no brainer to count the absentee votes if more than 50 of them exist. That is why the Republicans loose. Dems wouldn't hesitate to force a recount. Note that Aresimowicz is the House Speaker. Would be hilarious if they forced a recount and he lost (won't happen though).



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General Discussion Board / Re: More CT districts heading to recount
« Last post by sbhaven on Today at 03:52:34 PM »
Republicans are "considering" challenging Democratic Joe Aresimowicz's 50-vote win, noting that absentee votes for his original opponent were not counted? WTF it should be a no brainer to count the absentee votes if more than 50 of them exist. That is why the Republicans loose. Dems wouldn't hesitate to force a recount. Note that Aresimowicz is the House Speaker. Would be hilarious if they forced a recount and he lost (won't happen though).

Another post-election recount added to Connecticut's list
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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - There's a late addition to the list of postelection recounts still pending in Connecticut, and a possible legal challenge in another legislative race.

A spokesman for Secretary of the State Denise Merrill said Wednesday the office was notified late Tuesday by local registrars that the margin of victory in the 64th Assembly District is narrow enough to require a recount.

That district includes Canaan, Cornwall, Goshen, Kent, Norfolk, North Canaan, Salisbury, Sharon and Torrington.

Wednesday is the deadline to conduct a recount, but local election officials have until Friday to finish it.

Meanwhile, Republicans are considering challenging Democratic House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz's (ehr-eh-SIM'-oh-wits) 50-vote win, noting that absentee votes for his original opponent were not counted.

Recount results are pending in Stratford's House seat and the 17th state Senate District.
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General Discussion Board / Re: Assault Weapons Law Isues
« Last post by M1A_All_Day on Today at 02:42:19 PM »
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Because under the old law any AK in 7.62 was banned. because all the parts were interchangeable. Which is why the others in any other caliber were good to go.

That would be “Avtomat Kalashnikov AK-47 type” from the original banned-by-name list, which looks like the only broadly-worded one.

Regardless, I’d bet on the next round of Federal “common sense” gun laws to be the blanket outlaw of all semi-Auto centerfire long rifles (and anything else semi-Auto capable of firing centerfire long rifle cartridges).

I’m no scholar, but Supreme Court, hallowed be thy name. We’d need a definitive Supreme Court ruling expressing Sumpremacy Clause to overcome the restrictions in PA 13-3/SB1160.
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General Discussion Board / Re: Assault Weapons Law Isues
« Last post by joelcramer on Today at 02:36:33 PM »
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My friend who was having issues getting it transferred went to a different ffl and had it transferred there no problem. Could he get in trouble for having it?
Who knows for sure. I can say under the first assault weapons law it was banned. So my guess is yes this might be one of those that will be a problem.
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General Discussion Board / Re: Assault Weapons Law Isues
« Last post by frosty2 on Today at 02:18:25 PM »
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Because under the old law any AK in 7.62 was banned. because all the parts were interchangeable. Which is why the others in any other caliber were good to go.
My friend who was having issues getting it transferred went to a different ffl and had it transferred there no problem. Could he get in trouble for having it?
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Firearms / Receivers only. / WTS New 9mm Other
« Last post by bizkitjmd1 on Today at 01:51:28 PM »
For sale is a new in box New Frontier Armory C-9 other.

9mm with a 12.5" barrel and KAK pistol tube. Accepts Glock mags. Includes hard case.

Located in Bethel or I will ship to your FFL for free

$795 obo
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Pro Gun Lawyers and Legal Asisstance / Re: MM Card
« Last post by joelcramer on Today at 01:38:37 PM »
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Curious why you have to answer yes if you have a card since the question is whether you are an “unlawful user”?


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Because under Federal laws any use of marijuana is unlawful. The use of marijuana for any reason in unlawful in their eyes.
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Pro Gun Lawyers and Legal Asisstance / Re: MM Card
« Last post by jtragic on Today at 01:35:19 PM »
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While Mary Jane may be legal in some form under state law, it IS NOT currently legal under federal law. They put a warning on question 11.e on the 4473 form.

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The question on the form:

"11. (e) Are you an unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, narcotic drug, or any other controlled substance?
Warning:  The use or possession of marijuana remains unlawful under Federal law regardless of whether it has been legalized or decriminalized for medicinal or recreational purposes in the state where you reside."

And in 2011 ATF published the following open letter to FFL's in which they state that one must answer Yes to that question even though their state may have legalized some usage of Mary Jane.

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Thanks for the clarification. 


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