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    HB 6249 Permit required to buy ammo, $$ 4 permit, other stuff

    General Assembly Proposed Bill No. 6249
    January Session, 2013 LCO No. 2363
    Referred to Committee on PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
    Introduced by:
    REP. CARTER, 2nd Dist.
    AN ACT CONCERNING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PURCHASE AND
    STORAGE OF FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION.
    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General
    Assembly convened:
    1 That the general statutes be amended to (1) require a person to have
    2 a long gun eligibility certificate in order to purchase a rifle, shotgun or
    3 other long gun, with the requirements for such certificate being similar
    4 to that for an eligibility certificate for a pistol or revolver, (2) require
    5 that, during the twelve months prior to the renewal of an eligibility
    6 certificate or a permit to carry a pistol or revolver, the certificate or
    7 permit holder go to a shooting or target range having certified
    8 instructors and repeat shooting requirements that were required
    9 during initial firearms certification training and acknowledge that he
    10 or she has reviewed applicable state and federal firearm laws, and that
    11 such certificate or permit holder document such compliance as part of
    12 the renewal application process, (3) require applicants for an eligibility
    13 certificate or permit to carry a pistol or revolver to acknowledge that
    14 by applying for such certificate or permit they may be denied due to
    15 being identified as at risk in a firearms database, (4) increase the fee for
    16 renewal of eligibility certificates and permits to carry a pistol or
    17 revolver to seventy-five dollars and credit five dollars of such fee to a
    Proposed Bill No. 6249
    LCO No. 2363 {D:\Conversion\Tob\h\2013HB-06249-R00-HB.doc } 2 of 2
    18 program to promote the safe storage of firearms established by the
    19 Commissioner of Emergency Services and Public Protection, (5)
    20 require purchasers of ammunition to hold and present a valid
    21 eligibility certificate or permit to carry a pistol or revolver as a
    22 condition of purchase, (6) require persons owning firearms to store
    23 unloaded firearms with a trigger locking device installed, with
    24 ammunition being stored separately, or store loaded firearms in a gun
    25 safe that, at a minimum, is made with ten gauge steel and has an
    26 Underwriters Laboratories "Residential Security Container" rating,
    27 provided nothing herein shall prevent the owner of such firearm
    28 keeping such firearm on his or her person, (7) require any firearm in a
    29 home with a family member identified as at risk in a firearms database
    30 that is not in use be stored in a gun safe that, at a minimum, is made
    31 with ten gauge steel and has an Underwriters Laboratories
    32 "Residential Security Container" rating, provided nothing herein shall
    33 prevent the owner of such firearm keeping such firearm on his or her
    34 person, and (8) provide that any person who uses a firearm in the
    35 commission of a crime or illegally possesses a firearm shall, in addition
    36 to any other applicable penalty, be ineligible for any early release
    37 program or parole.
    Statement of Purpose:
    To establish requirements for the purchase of long guns and
    ammunition, the issuance and renewal of firearm certificates and
    permits and the safe storage of firearms, and make certain gun
    offenders ineligible for early release or parole.

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    This is how stupid they are ... require a permit for buying ammo?

    They just lost their "suitability" crap 'cause a court would say this is a core right....

    I think they already lost their "suitability crap" just do to the transportation issues.

    But this one is a SLAM DUNK if they make ammo purchasers being required to hold a permit.
    Last edited by davidmcbeth; 01-26-2013 at 04:42 AM.

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    all these bogus BS bills are making me nauseous.

    Quote Originally Posted by motoxmann View Post
    this law would be illegal. most importantly due to the fact that a permit is only needed to CARRY a handgun outside the home. it is perfectly legal for a person to own and/or carry a handgun inside their own residence. there are LOTS of these types of people out there. and setting a law that makes it illegal for them to buy ammunition will leave them defenseless and their gun useless, and isn't much different than illegally confiscating their perfectly legal gun

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    Quote Originally Posted by motoxmann View Post
    all these bogus BS bills are making me nauseous.
    Nah, just means I get more opportunities to be able to yell at them and call them a--holes.

    What, you shouldn't do that in the chamber? Wrong. 1st amendment baby..

    I have called politicians every name you can think of ... right to their faces ... senators, governors, mother-in-laws etc. rank has no privilege with me .. move to the UK if you want it to

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