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Old April 12th, 2013, 05:24 AM   #16
 
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I wonder, will they be able to go outside there State and buy ammo?



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Old April 12th, 2013, 06:27 AM   #17
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Another tarded move..
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Old April 12th, 2013, 07:34 AM   #19
 
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Actually it costs more than $35 for the ammo permit in CT. It's the same process as the pistol permit and after you pay for the background checks, fingerprints and the actual permit if you're approved the total cost is around $200

I think most people will just get the pistol permit instead because you can still buy ammo with it, but it allows you to carry a pistol if you want.
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I heard that argument from an LE in MA. So states don't have to follow the Constitution of the United States of America? So each state is its own little country and therefore can make its own laws without regard to the Constitution? Hmmm. I don't think that will wash with the United States Supreme Court even as presently constituted. What happened to state laws that discriminated against certain people when the Civil Rights Act was passed in '65? They were struck down as they should have been 100 years ago.

It is tough watching what is happening to our country these days. There's just a general I don't care ...things are just fine in my world attitude. Most people don't know the purpose of the Second Amendment and don't care. The President and Vice President said guns were bad except for shotguns so that's all that matters to them.

What kind of world are we leaving our children?

It's just sad. Yiogo
The US Constitution restricts and outlines the duties of the " federal government ". It's not for the states. That's why each state has their own constitution. The CT constitution says " Every citizen has a right to bear arms in defense of himself and the state. "

It's the very last part that politicians seem to ignore. " The state " is not the government. It's the people and taking away their right to buy an AR15 infringes on their right to defend the state (people).

If a large scale natural disaster or another terror attack happened there is not enough state or federal forces that can be used to maintain order if the crisis encompasses a wide area. You'll be very happy if a good person in your neighborhood has a rifle like an AR15 so they can keep the looters or other violent criminals from doing harm in your area. An example is how average people were able to do exactly that in their own communities after hurricane Katrina or during the LA riots.
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So what happens when state law conflicts with federal law? Federal law supersedes. Yiogo
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I wonder, will they be able to go outside there State and buy ammo?
Most states do not even require ID for ammo, and if so it's only for proof of age. I'll guess surrounding state dealers will make a bundle selling ammo to CT residents.

Like when I lived in Santa Rosa County, FL. It was "dry", so neighboring Escambia County (Pensacola) had some very profitable liquor stores and taxes. Santa Rosa took a big hit on that revenue, their own fault.
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The Constitution simply says Congress shall make no law regarding the Second Amendment - states are not necessarily limited by it. Many states adopted language similar to the Second Amendment into their own state constitutions, but it is ultimately a battle that has to be fought at the state level. If the constitution of the state of Connecticut allows this, or at least if their state supreme court believes it does, then just about any limit can be put on gun ownership in that state.
Look at the 14th Amendment, particularly the "Equal Protection" clause. That has been widely interpreted (by the Supreme Court) as preventing the States from violating Constitutional rights. It's the basis of the recent Supreme Court decisions about the 2nd Amendment: District of Columbia vs Heller and McDonald vs Chicago.

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Vote those anti gun politicians out
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Look at the 14th Amendment, particularly the "Equal Protection" clause. That has been widely interpreted (by the Supreme Court) as preventing the States from violating Constitutional rights. It's the basis of the recent Supreme Court decisions about the 2nd Amendment: District of Columbia vs Heller and McDonald vs Chicago.

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They why has California been able to restrict things to the degree they have? Those laws have been in effect for years, so the US Supreme Court has had plenty of opportunities to intervene.

I'm not saying that states can completely ban gun ownership, but expecting the US Supreme Court to roll back all this stuff is wishfull thinking. People need to be much more involved at the state level if they want to protect their rights - that is where the anti-gun crowd realizes they can succeed.
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Most states do not even require ID for ammo, and if so it's only for proof of age. I'll guess surrounding state dealers will make a bundle selling ammo to CT residents.

Like when I lived in Santa Rosa County, FL. It was "dry", so neighboring Escambia County (Pensacola) had some very profitable liquor stores and taxes. Santa Rosa took a big hit on that revenue, their own fault.
Well, CT has NY to the West where you probably have to show a firearms license to buy ammo, MA to the North where you have to show a firearms license to buy ammo, RI to the East where you probably have to show a firearms license to buy ammo, and nothing but some water then back to NY to the South.......

Now, will people in CT have to get a special permit to buy GAS for their CARS
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Why would anyone live in the states on a death sprial ? (north east, CA, CO, Il etc.)
We left NY the year before Hillary was elected, when we retired. (and things were not that bad back then) We now live in two the best places in the USA on ONE HALF the gross income we had in NY. Low taxes. very pro gun, great weather, nice people and on and on. I'm tired of hearing about "my job", "my kids" , "my parents" and all the other rationalizations to stay where you are hated. As my neighbor's bumber sticker says:" STOP GLOBAL WHINING". If you REALLY cared and had any marketable skills, you'ld be out of "there" in a heartbeat. I think of my friends in WY whose great grand-parents packed what little they had and ventured 1000s of miles walking beside their livestock, homesteaded some of the toughest land in the USA, worked hard, lost half their kids to disease, and still pressed on. If you don't have the guts to follow your mind, then quit whining about what the azzwipes you elected screwing you.
That's my rant ....... no liberal politicians read whining of firearms related websites.
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Old April 12th, 2013, 02:34 PM   #28
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The Ammo Permit is a tax by another name. This is going to trend to many other areas. Gov'ts will start requiring permits for all kinds of things including exercising our own rights.

The EPA has ruled that CO2 is a "global warming" pollutant. All of us, by the simple act of breathing are now legally qualified as polluters. Don't be surprised if they require us to purchase a permit or carbon tax credits in order to offset our carbon footprints from our breathing. They somehow try to rationalize that paying money will offset any perceived pollution. Yeah right.

It may sound crazy to you but to the gov't anything that makes them money is not too taboo.

Folks, the gov't will try to get away with whatever we let them get away with.

They will eventually tax us into poverty then into oblivion. Then what will the gov't do once they've spent everyone elses money?
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Old April 12th, 2013, 03:35 PM   #29
 
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Here in commie Ilinois, its called a FOID card. Lets us buy a gun and ammo.
State police issues them after a background check. Cost 10.00,good for 10 years.
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I read today that a small gun manufacturer has decided to leave CT and has offers from Texas, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Louisiana and several other states for them to come there. Wonder if Ruger will move their CT operation to Arizona or another state? Have you heard anything yet?
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