He can only shoot 1 (or possibly 2) at a timr, so why should the police be more afraid of 179?"If they're [police] going somewhere where they know someone has 179 assault weapons, they'll probably behave differently," Lawlor said. "These owners are all law-abiding until they pull the trigger."
According to this guy. We are all criminals in waiting.
Lol nope. We are "the nutmeg state"...And Connecticut's motto is the Constitution State.
In "Unintended Consequences " by John Ross the main character does a similar thing in registering silencers if memory serves me.Lol nope. We are "the nutmeg state"...
Anyway, regarding the original post, that might be the state rep for my district. At a town hall meeting he told me he was going to say he had " 1 million mags" so that way he can continue to buy as many as he wants and never be over the limit. Haha. Maybe he decided to cut that # in half to draw less attention...
What comes after registration?Ridiculous. Citizens had these weapons and ammo prior to the registration law and now that have a known number of registered weapons there's a public safety concern. What a load of $&%#.
I've met radical feminists who want all men to bee DNA cataloged from birth and put in an international directory so if they get a women pregnant and disappear she can easily track him down.By that logic all men should have to register their johnson because we're all law-abiding until we rape someone.
Of course, he'd be exempt because he's dick-less.