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Thread: HB 6008 Reporting requirements of manufacture/seller of inventory to DESPP

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    HB 6008 Reporting requirements of manufacture/seller of inventory to DESPP

    General Assembly Proposed Bill No. 6008
    January Session, 2013 LCO No. 1369
    Referred to Committee on PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
    Introduced by:
    REP. CANDELARIA, 95th Dist.
    AN ACT REQUIRING REPORTING OF FIREARM INVENTORY.
    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General
    Assembly convened:
    1 That chapter 529 of the general statutes be amended to require any
    2 person, sole proprietorship, partnership, firm, corporation or other
    3 form of business or legal entity that sells or manufactures firearms in
    4 this state to report a physical inventory of such firearms to the
    5 Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection. If any
    6 firearm cannot be matched to a legal purchaser or transferee, the
    7 licensed seller or manufacturer shall be required to furnish proof that
    8 said firearm was transferred or disposed of legally. If such seller or
    9 manufacturer fails to comply with these inventory requirements, the
    10 Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection shall impose
    11 a fine with proceeds allocated to support the inventory program.
    Statement of Purpose:
    To allow the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
    to better monitor the manufacture and sale of firearms in this state and
    to identify firearms

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    *aka universal gun registration so the government has complete records of every firearm owned by every individual. prime example of top notch tyranny

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    I would think that these a--holes would want a verified statement and if they find a broken gun from 1050 BC under a floorboard they would yank his license to do business...

    Here's my inventory: lots and lots of guns a--hole

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